This was a nice quick read whilst the kindle took a break from its “Reamde” duties and my wife used it.
This is the first “Harry Høle” novel. It’s not the first to be released in the English Language but the first to be published by Nesbo. One can easily see why “Redbreast” was selected as the jumping off point for the world market.
This book is OK. It has a solid story line where we are introduced to Harry on a trip to help in the investigation of the murder of a Norwegian in Australia. One can only wonder why Nesbo chose to start his character in a land so far away from his native Norway. In any case the plot is very straightforward and there are no real surprises. It’s not a book I will be rushing back to but it does pass the time nicely and inoffensively.