The Oslo Conspiracy by Asle Skredderberget
A Thriller

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Milo’s antics won’t be to every taste, nor will the plot contrivances. For example, the cop who assists Milo in Italy lost a parent in a naval catastrophe that also affected Milo’s family.
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A new twist in thrillers, The Oslo Conspiracy is certain to captivate readers who like their heroes rich, handsome, caring, and very, very sexy.

In The Oslo Conspiracy, a scientist is found dead in a hotel room in Rome. Before she is strangled, she manages to scribble a few words on a piece of paper.

Milo Cavalli is sent to help out with the investigation in Italy, since he is familiar with Italian red tape. Milo finds the note from the scientist, and he also learns that earlier her kid brother had been killed in a schoolyard.

Milo becomes obsessed with finding out if there is a link between the two murders―the sister strangled in Italy and the brother shot in Norway. And he is willing to use his vast fortune and special connections―especially when those connections involve beautiful

 

About Asle Skredderberget

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ASLE SKREDDERBERGET holds a Masters degree in Business and Finance from the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen and the prestigious Universitá Bocconi in Milan. For several years he held a position as Vice President Corporate Communications in one of the world´s leading chemical companies, working on projects in Europe, the US, Asia, Latin-America, and Africa. He lives in Oslo, with his wife and two kids.
 
Published October 25, 2016 by Thomas Dunne Books. 366 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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on Jun 21 2016

Milo’s antics won’t be to every taste, nor will the plot contrivances. For example, the cop who assists Milo in Italy lost a parent in a naval catastrophe that also affected Milo’s family.

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