The Last Fix by K.O. Dahl
(Oslo Detectives)

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An intricate psychological thriller from the master of Norwegian crimewriting— the latest in the Oslo Detective’s series A recovering drug addict, Katrine Bratterud, is almost finished with her time in rehab. One evening, contemplating her success at the shore of a lake, she senses that she is not alone.

The discovery of Katrine’s corpse the following day brings detectives Frølich and Gunnarstranda onto the case and into a web of secrets and lies that stretches back generations.

K.O. Dahl weaves an intricate plot, juxtaposing the selfdelusion of drug addicts with the more complex self-delusions of the well-respected middle-class people treating them. Like Henning Mankell, Dahl manages to merge the suspense of the classical whodunit with the detailed precision of the police procedural novel.

About K.O. Dahl

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KJELL OLA DAHL, widely recognized as one of Norway’s premier crime writers has ever since his debut in 1993 maintained a position as one of the best in the genre in Norway.
Published March 24, 2010 by Minotaur Books. 384 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Last Fix is actually the second Gunnarstranda and Frolich novel, whilst The Man in the Window is the next in the sequence.

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