Friday, April 01, 2016

Review: I'm Traveling Alone

I'm Traveling Alone I'm Traveling Alone by Samuel Bjørk
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I'm a big fan/reader of Nordic-Noir, and it makes me very happy to see there are tons of authors from this genre that I haven't read yet.

Samuel Bjørk, from Norway is the case. Originally published in 2013, but just recently translated into English, "I'm Traveling Alone" is the first in the Holger Munch & Mia Kruger series. From what I've investigated, there's one more book in the series, which will also be published in English in a few months (can't wait!!!) and a third one only in Norwegian.

To cut a long story short, when little girls are kidnapped, murdered and dressed in strange doll-like clothes, Holger Munch is put in charge of a special homicide task force. He then has to convince his ex-colleague Mia Kruger to return to work, as she has serious personal problems. Things get even more dark when one of the little girls that go missing is Munch's own grand daughter.

Fast paced, thrilling and full of plot twists, this is a great book not only for fans of the Nordic-Noir genre, but for fans of mystery and thriller books.

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

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