Spiegel-bestseller Ingar Johnsrud (b. 1974) made his literary debut in 2015 with the thriller Those Who Follow (Wienerbrorskapet), the first installment in the Beier-trilogy.
Johnsrud has received massive attention for his sharp eye for detail, rich and innovative plotting, and confident prose. Praised by critics as a writer who will keep readers on the edge of their seats, Johnsrud has positioned himself as one of the rising stars on the Scandinavian crime fiction scene. Now he once again presents a skilful thriller, the crowning achievement of the trilogy, which established him as the undisputed master of the genre worldwide.
Fredrik Beier and Kafa Iqbal are investigating the double murder of a prominent figure in the Norwegian business elite and his girlfriend, found dead in a car wash in central Oslo. At the same time, a TV reporter who has information about Fredrik's late father disappears without a trace. In the course of the investigation, the commissioner will be confronted with his own past and his father's secrets, which he did not suspect.