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Books by Karin Fossum (15)

  • Inspector Sejer returns in a stunning, psychologically acute new thriller from the Queen of Norwegian crime fiction

  • The brand new psychological crime novel in the award-winning Inspector Sejer series, books beloved for their deep insight into the human mind

  • The new Inspector Sejer novel

  • A brilliant why-dunit from Norway's 'Queen of Crime'

  • The first ever Inspector Sejer novel by Karin Fossum, the Norwegian 'Queen of Crime'

  • A brilliant psychological crime novel for readers looking for something dark and disturbing: a man has done something awful, but now he's been accused of a crime he knows he didn't commit

  • The outstanding new Inspector Sejer novel from the award-winning Norwegian Queen of Crime

  • Inspector Sejer must track down a sinister figure who fled from the scene of a terrible crime in this brilliant psychological thriller from the Norwegian 'Queen of Crime'

  • An outstanding psychological crime novel from Karin Fossum: when a body surfaces in a lake Inspector Sejer must uncover a dark secret of betrayal and paranoia

  • 'There is no room for debate: the most important writer of foreign crime fiction at work today is Karin Fossum' Rough Guide to Crime Fiction

  • A little girl seems to have vanished without trace. Inspector Sejer must find her before it's too late

  • Inspector Konrad Sejer returns on the trail of a violent killer in small-town Norway.

  • A psychological thriller from Norway’s Queen of Crime.

  • 'As yet, the crime novels of Karin Fossum are something of a well-kept secret, known to a growing band of aficionados but not to the larger crime readership. In fact, Fossum's highly atmospheric and involving books are among the best being produced in the genre today. Don't Look Back was a psychological thriller that was both economical and forceful, and He Who fears the Wolf is an even more persuasive piece of writing. Like the best of Ruth Rendell, this is a dark and unsettling novel...' Barry Forshaw, Crime Time

  • '[From] Norway's Queen of crime-an engaging-atmospheric thriller' Daily Mail