The Leopard: A Harry Hole thriller (Oslo Sequence 6)
by Jo Nesbo translated by Don BartlettIn the depths of winter a killer stalks the city streets. Two women are found drowned in their own blood. A third woman is hanged from a diving board.
YOU ARE ALLOWING THIS KILLING TO GO ON.
The crime scenes offer no clues, the media is reaching fever pitch, and the police are running out of options.
IT'S TIME THIS WAS STOPPED...
There is only one man who can help them catch the killer. But Inspector Harry Hole doesn't want to be found.
...BECAUSE I HAVE APPOINTED THE NEXT VICTIM.
Reviews‘Comparisons with Stieg Larsson have been made, but Nesbo's plots move quickly, carry more punch, and really do keep you guessing to the final page’
Daily Mirror ‘A cracking good thriller...that will keep you gripped to the last page’
Guardian ‘Outstanding... Probably the best big crime novel you could lay your hands on this year’
BBC Radio 4 ‘Nesbo's novels keep going when you think there can't be any more twists to follow. Scenes switch from the avalanche-threatened ravines and mountain cabins of back-country Norway, close to oil-rich Stavanger and metropolitan Oslo, to an active volcano in Africa’
Times Literary Supplement ‘Original Norwegian noir...absorbing’
Tom Huddleston - Time Out ‘So is THE LEOPARD as good as THE SNOWMAN? In my opinion it's better. More layered with more suspicious characters, red-herrings and locations than ever before’