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The Katharina Code

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Jorn Lier Horst‘s quiet and methodical detective William Wisting – based partly on the author himself, who was an investigator for two decades – returns for a duo of perplexing cold cases in frigid Norway. Katharina Haugen went missing 24 years ago and Wisting has periodically revisited the case and kept in touch with her husband, Martin. But now, Kripos has re-opened another cold case – also that of a missing woman – and using modern forensics found that none other than Martin Haugen handled the ransom note. Wisting has a fishing trip planned with Martin Haugen and the phrase is due to live up to its double entendre status for sure! Read our full review where.

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