Blood on SnowLarge Print - 2015 | First large print edition.
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Olav is a "fixer" who is capable of impersonal assassinations but also has a soft spot for damsels in distress. After Hoffmann, Olav's boss, asks Olav to kill his wife for him, Olav is worried he will end up knowing too much and become one of Hoffmann's targets himself. In the following days, Olav races to keep a step ahead of the killers he fears are after him, and readers are offered front-row seats to the chase through his first-person narration. As the finish line approaches we begin to wonder exactly how reliable Olav's narration is, as his grasp on the past and the present loosens and conflicting conclusions to the story are offered.
Olav's complexities, idiosyncrasies, and capacity for love make him a compelling and intriguing character despite his work as an assassin. As Christmas approaches in Oslo, with 1977 set to become a record year for its long cold-streak, the chill of the Norwegian winter finds its way into both the content and the tone of this story. Told in a darkly humorous style, this thriller is compelling, engrossing, and fast-paced. Fans of Scandinavian thrillers, novellas, and cat-and-mouse type stories will enjoy this read by one of the masters of the genre.
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