The Caveman

By Jorn Lier Horst

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Only three houses away from the policeman's home, a man has been sitting dead in front of his television set for four months.

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The Fourth William Wisting Mystery Only three houses away from the policeman's home, a man has been sitting dead in front of his television set for four months. There are no indications that anything criminal has taken place. Viggo Hansen was a man nobody ever noticed, even though he lived in the midst of a close-knit community. His death doesn't hit the headlines, but there is something about the case that catches the attention of William Wisting's journalist daughter, Line, and she decides to write a newspaper article with a different twist for the festive season: the portrait of a completely anonymous and obscure person whose death goes unremarked and unmourned.

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Format Paperback
Imprint Sandstone Press Ltd
Publication Date 19 Feb 2015
ISBN 9781910124048
Number of Pages 352

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"If you haven't already, introduce yourself to Norway's Chief Inspector William Wisting - you'll warm to home even though his patch can get pretty cold." The Sunday Sport

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