Nemesis (#4 Harry Hole)
|Author:||Jo Nesbo; Don Bartlett (Translator)|
|Series:||Harry Hole Ser.|
Jo Nesbo's The Snowman is soon to be a major motion picture, starring Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, and J.K. Simmons.
"Nesb 's storytelling abilities are incomparable. Nemesis is crime novel as art form and great entertainment."
The #1 international bestseller from one of the most celebrated crime writers in Europe--the New York Times bestselling author of The Snowman--Jo Nesb 's extraordinary thriller Nemesis features Norwegian homicide detective Harry Hole, "the next in the long line of great noir crime detectives," (San Diego Union-Tribune) in a case as dark and chilling as an Oslo winter's night. The second Harry Hole novel to be released in America--following the critically acclaimed publication of The Redbird--Nemesis is a superb and surprising nail-biter that places Jo Nesb in the company of Lawrence Block, Ian Rankin, Michael Connelly, and other top masters of crime fiction. Nesb has already received the Glass Key Award and the Booksellers' Prize, Norway's most prestigious literary awards. Nemesis is proof that there are certainly more honors in this extraordinary writer's future.
*Edgar Nominee for Best Novel of the Year
Harry Hole and his team are in a race against time to crack the identity of a violent bank robber who always seems one step ahead.
A superb novel. Intricate, truly gripping plot...elegant simplicity. Bravo! - as they say in Norway Evening Standard Reads incredibly nimbly ... This tale of revenge - with the US bombing of Afghanistan pounding in the grim background - has twists galore, and enough humanity in it to keep it grounded. A master at work Time Out An absolute blinder of a book Daily Sport
Jo Nesbo, musician, economist and author of the best-selling series featuring Detective Harry Hole, has won many prizes for his novels, including the Glass Key, the Riverton Prize and the Norwegian Bookclub prize for best ever Norwegian crime novel. His first novel to be published in English was The Devil's Star and the second, The Redbreast, was shortlisted for the CWA Duncan Lawrie International Dagger. He lives in Oslo.