The Owl Always Hunts at Night: (Munch and Kruger Book 2) - Munch and Kruger (Hardback)
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The Owl Always Hunts at Night: (Munch and Kruger Book 2) - Munch and Kruger (Hardback)

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The close of 2015 heralded I'm Travelling Alone, Samuel Bjork’s impressive slice of thoroughly nihilistic Scandi-noir. Introducing the crime-busting odd-couple Holger Munch and Mia Krüger, Bjork’s capability to summon a real sense of dread, coupled with two lead characters almost as flawed as the world they investigate, immediately won over the genre’s many connoisseurs.

The Owl Always Hunts at Night finds Munch and Krüger plunged into the disturbing labyrinth of ritual slaughter, but with Kruger confronting her own almost insurmountable demons and Munch’s daughter slipping into strange territories of her own, can this duo push their own issues aside to overcome this profound new evil? 

'...There are two very appealing leading characters in the form of police officer Holger Munch, a “fat, amiable nerd” who dotes on his six-year-old granddaughter, and brilliant but disturbed profiler Mia Krüger... a compelling novel, with plenty of intrigue and some splendid action sequences.' - The Guardian on I’m Travelling Alone

'The ending is gripping, and calls on the ingenuity of the team, collectively to come together... I’m Travelling Alone is a promising debut which makes you hope for even more interesting work from Samuel Bjork.' - Shotsmag on I'm Travelling Alone

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780857522528
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 685 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 37 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Two books into this stark but compelling series, Bjork's trademark themes are the lethal intersection of technology with child abuse and misogyny. * The Sunday Times *
Gives Jo Nesbo a run for his money * Sunday Express *
'A unique, twisting, unsettling thriller that really epitomises the phrase 'page-turner'.' * Irish News *
Kruger is strongly reminiscent of Lisbeth Salander . . . this is an engrossingly labyrinthine novel, with enough offbeat and downright bizarre detail to keep us intrigued and guessing right up to a tense finale. * Crime Scene Magazine *
FANTASTIC sequel from Samuel Bjork! . . . This is quality suspense at its very best and in my opinion a literary masterpiece. A delight to read! * Bokelskere.no *

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“Excellent follow up”

What an excellent follow up to 'I'm Travelling Alone' I just couldn't put this book down until I devoured the whole lot! What I love most about this series is the characters Mia and Holger they... More

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Nicole @WstonesHemel

“Can Read As Stand Alone”

Yes, I have not read I'm Travelling Alone but I got the gist of what had occurred during this book and could pick up the friendships easily.
A man and woman want to get married but his millionaire father will... More

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“An enjoyable read of Bjork's second book. ”

In this, the second of Samuel Bjork’s books featuring Holger Munch and Mia Kruger, Bjork continues the theme of Mia’s struggle with her personal life whilst at the same time offering out of the box thoughts and... More

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