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About the Author: Jørn Lier Horst

Jorn Lier Horst born in Bamble, Telemark 1970 is a former Senior Investigating Officer at the Norwegian police force He made his literary debut as a crime writer in 2004 and is considered one of the foremost Nordic crime writers.His series of mystery novels starring chief inspector William Wisting provides a detailed and authentic insight into how criminal cases are investigated and how it affects those involved, whether private or professional The books represent a simple and accurate picture of the modern Nordic societies and is characterized by political and social commentary subtext.

10 thoughts on “Ślepy trop

  1. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    3.5 Somehow or another I managed to blunder my way into the tenth is a series I have not previously read Though I did read that in the USA only five have been translated and published The author though did the reader a great service by including, in the opening pages of the book, a few pages of preview

  2. Crime by the Book Crime by the Book says:

    4.5 5 stars for this one Read my full review here is a fantastic police procedural Slow burning but with a certain energy to it that kept me hooked It s part of a series but CAN be read as a standalone 4.5 5 stars for this one Read my full review here is a fantastic police procedural Slow burning but with a c

  3. Liz Barnsley Liz Barnsley says:

    Nordic Noir is a thing at the moment some brilliant books arriving on our doorstep and Ordeal was such a book distinctly atmospheric, with its own peculiar vibe I enjoyed it very much.A great mix of police procedural and intensley intriguing character study, Jorn Lier Horst weaves a clever and perfectly paced tale a

  4. Rachel Hall Rachel Hall says:

    The Nordic Noir genre has brought a sense of realism to the crime fiction world that I have high regard for, with its appreciation for the daily grind behind so much of police work and its wider social and political commentary In Ordeal, Lier Horst brings a tale of everyday life in a neighbourhood which is reassuringly ord

  5. Paula Paula says:

    A master class in police procedure,real tight plot.

  6. Matt Matt says:

    In the latest William Wisting novel, Horst takes the reader on another wonderful adventure, where the law and justice meet, if only for a moment After months of no leads on the case of a missing taxi driver and his vehicle, Wisting is forced to push it to the side Juggling work and the potential of the early stages of a new relationship

  7. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    3.5 stars and a wider plot than in the usual Wisting But I rounded it up for the baby Ingrid s birth It s always the best days of all when the babies come It is to me.William is pushed a farther than usual inquiry even within a homicide tangent to a missing case Because these bad guys are rather cabal length and wide as opposed to the random l

  8. Rowena Hoseason Rowena Hoseason says:

    This is character driven police procedural set in small town Norway, along the lines of Wallander or Beck It places realistic human characters at the core of a criminal investigation the discovery of a dead body juxtaposed alongside everyday domestic concerns A meticulously crafted criminal plot runs in parallel to the events in Chief Inspector Willi

  9. Agnes Kalivoda Agnes Kalivoda says:

    Seriously, I wanted this book to never end Horst is not a literature writer but his stories are amazing and the details are really worked out well Already ordered his next book in the Wisting series.

  10. Bruce Hatton Bruce Hatton says:

    The fifth book in this excellent series to be translated into English see William Wisting investigating the case of a murdered taxi driver and discovering that this crime is linked to an earlier murder in a neighbouring county a murder for which the local police already claim to have the culprit Both crimes are somehow linked back to recently deceased crime boss F

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