A review of Jo Nesbo’s new Harry Hole thriller Knife.
Here’s a quick run down of some of the films I watched over the festive period. These were: Downsizing, The Irishman, Olympus Has Fallen, London Has Fallen, Angel Has Fallen, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Snowman, 6 Underground, Bumblebee, Table 19, Before I Go To Sleep, Between Two Ferns and Siberia.
I’ve been dreading writing this review since I realised (by about a quarter of the way through reading it) just
Beware! We’re on that bit of the faded map that states ‘here there be spoilers’. I can’t talk much about
In 2013 it was announced that Jo Nesbo had written three short novels under the pseudonym Tom Johansen. Midnight Sun
I originally picked up this book off a book-sharing shelf in a café in Tigaki, Kos. However, I found to
Overall I found this book to be overly complex and rather far-fetched even for Jo Nesbo. The eponymous son, is
Caution – SPOILER ALERT – it’s impossible for me to not talk about what makes this such an entertaining read
Phantom starts much as The Leopard did with Harry Hole returning from exile to figure out a murder case. The
Having quit the police after the nightmarish events of The Snowman we find Harry Hole using opium and gambling in