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Sep

Jo Nesbo in Conversation

An exclusive opportunity to hear from one of the world’s favourite crime writers as he discusses his new book The Kingdom.

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Thursday 17th September, 2020 @ 7:00 pm

  • Book Launch
  • In Conversation
  • Online event
  • Questions & Answers

Free

About the Event

An exclusive opportunity to hear from one of the world’s favourite crime writers as he discusses his new book The Kingdom.

An exclusive opportunity to hear from one of the world’s favourite crime writers as he discusses his unusual path into writing, his career so far and his new book The Kingdom.

Join the bestselling author of the Harry Hole series for this unique event to celebrate the publication of The Kingdom, a tense and atmospheric standalone thriller about two brothers and a homecoming that turns deadly, full of unexpected twists, devastating family legacies and with an ever growing body count…

Jo Nesbo is one of the world’s bestselling crime writers, with The Leopard, Phantom, Police, The Son, The Thirst and Knife all topping the Sunday Times bestseller charts. His books are published in 50 languages, and he has sold over 45 million copies worldwide. Before becoming a crime writer, he played football for Norway’s premier league team Molde, and was in a chart-topping band. A rare opportunity to see Jo in conversation, and a chance to ask him the questions you’ve always wanted to ask. 

Make sure to get a copy of The Kingdom posted directly to your door as part of your ticket!

Presented by Penguin Live in partnership with Bloody Scotland

About the Book

The Kingdom
The Kingdom

Jo Nesbo

Publisher:Vintage Publishing

Publication date:17 Sep 2020

ISBN:9781787300798

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2 reviews
"No Harry Hole this time, but still a sombre delight."
The Times
"the Norwegian writer on assured form"
Financial Times

Jo Nesbo, author of the number one bestselling Harry Hole series, is back with a tense and atmospheric thriller about two brothers bound together by dark secrets. When Roy and Carl's parents die suddenly, sixteen-year-old Roy is left as protector to his impulsive younger brother.