By Anne Holt
In a foster domestic outdoors Oslo, a twelve-year-old boy is inflicting havoc. The associations steely director, Agnes Vestavik, sees anything chilling in Olavs eyes: sheer hatred. while Vestavik is located murdered at her table, stabbed within the again with an Ikea kitchen knifewith Olav nowhere to be foundthe case is going to maverick investigator Hanne Wilhelmsen, lately promoted to leader inspector within the Oslo Police.
Could the kid be a assassin? As police canvass the town for Olav, Hanne, operating along the foulmouthed detective Billy T., orders an research of the houses staff. yet regardless of her splendid deductive abilities, she is hopeless at delegating, hopeless at pooling details, hopeless at sharing tasks. Can Hanne discover ways to belief others earlier than her bullheaded instincts lead her astrayin the place of work and at the domestic entrance?
Meanwhile, Olav makes his means during the urban, searching for the mummy who was once pressured to consign him to the states care. a depressing and attractive new bankruptcy during this superb, rollicking sequence, dying of the Demon examines that murky intersection among crime and justice.
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