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One Tuesday in October, Rosa Hartung is returning to her job as minister for social affairs follo... Read More

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One Tuesday in October, Rosa Hartung is returning to her job as minister for social affairs following a year's leave of absence - granted after the dramatic disappearance of her twelve-year-old daughter. Linus Bekker, a mentally ill young man, confessed to her killing, but is unable to remember where he buried the various parts of her dismembered corpse.

On the same day Rosa returns to Parliament, a young single mother is found brutally murdered at her home in the suburbs of Copenhagen-she's been tortured and one hand has been cut off. Thulin and Hess, the detectives sent to investigate the crime, arrive at the address to find a figure made of chestnuts hanging from a playhouse nearby.

When yet another woman is murdered-this time with both hands missing-and another chestnut figure is found, Thulin and Hess begin to suspect a connection with the Hartung case. To put an end to the spree of a killer, the pair, with nothing in common aside from equally troubled personal lives, realise they will need to put aside their differences in a race against time-and a brutal psychopath.

Product Details

Title: The Chestnut Man
Author: Sveistrup
Publisher: Penguin Random House India
ISBN: 9780241372111
SKU: BK0436359
EAN: 9780241372111
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Søren Sveistrup is an internationally acclaimed scriptwriter of the Danish television phenomenon The Killing which won various international awards and sold in more than a hundred countries. More recently, Sveistrup wrote the screenplay for Jo Nesbø's The Snowman. Sveistrup obtained a Master in Literature and in History from the University of Copenhagen and studied at the Danish Film School. He has won countless prizes, including an Emmy for Nikolaj and Julie and a BAFTA for The Killing.

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