Love Thy Enemy

Falsk, Herodes: Elsk din fiende

Paul Weller visits his uncle in Braunston and finds him with a knife buried in his chest. Who has murdered him? And why would anyone kill such a peaceable man? Paul barely has time to think before the murderers return and he is forced to run for his life. Soon Paul finds himself hunted by both criminals and the police, and while on the run he has to clear his name as well as figure out who ordered the murder. He ends up on a dangerous path, leading him along the English Channel, across the North Sea and eventually to Norway. Dark forces are involved, however he also meets a strong redhead with her own reasons for not helping him. The question is if she is able to let go.

First published: 2009, Aschehoug Fiction
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