The Seven Doors (Paperback)
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The Seven Doors (Paperback)

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Paperback 276 Pages / Published: 17/09/2020
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Longlisted for the CWA Crime Fiction in Translation Dagger 2021.

When the tenant of a house that university professor Nina owns with her doctor husband goes missing after an uncomfortable visit, Nina starts her own investigation ... with deeply disturbing results. The long-awaited new thriller from the bestselling author of The Bird Tribunal.

University professor Nina is at a turning point. Her work seems increasingly irrelevant, her doctor husband is never home, relations with her difficult daughter are strained, and their beautiful house is scheduled for demolition.

When her daughter decides to move into another house they own, things take a very dark turn. The young woman living there disappears, leaving her son behind, the day after Nina and her daughter pay her a visit.

With few clues, the police enquiry soon grinds to a halt, but Nina has an inexplicable sense of guilt. Unable to rest, she begins her own investigation, but as she pulls on the threads of the case, it seems her discoveries may have very grave consequences for her and her family.

Exquisitely dark and immensely powerful, The Seven Doors is a sophisticated and deeply disturbing psychological thriller from one of Norway's most distinguished voices.

Publisher: Orenda Books
ISBN: 9781913193386
Number of pages: 276
Dimensions: 198 x 130 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'This really reminds me of Patricia Highsmith's work, and I can't offer much higher praise than that.' - Philip Ardagh, author, Dreadful Acts

'This is Ravatn's first book in this genre, and as a psychological thriller it certainly does the job. In all, a tense and riveting read!' - Barry Forshaw, author, The Man Who Left Too Soon

'Intriguing . . . enrapturing.' - Sarah Hilary, author, Someone Else's Skin

'An unrelenting atmosphere of doom fails to prepare readers for the surprising resolution that engulfs this flawed pair.' - Publishers Weekly

'The Bird Tribunal is a chilly psychological thriller / domestic noir that unfolds in an austere style that perfectly captures the bleakly beautiful landscape of Norway's far north.' - Irish Times

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“Cracking Nordic Noir”

What a brilliant book. Don’t let the fact that it is translated or has its own peculiar style of punctuation put you off. Stick with it!

Nordic Noir at its best. Chilling for all the right reasons and keeps you... More

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“A taut and precise psychological thriller....”

Having been completely bowled over by Agnes Ravatn’s previous book The Bird Tribunal I was anticipating another story layered with psychological suspense and dramatic tension. The Seven Doors achieves precisely that... More

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“Addictive!”

Thank you to the publishers for this review copy.
This is an author I have not heard of before, so a little research first then I read it.
My verdict a good intelligent crime thriller with a steady addictive pace.
I... More

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