The Wolf by Samuel Bjork


A Munch and Krüger detective story, following the first case that bought together the brilliant, young police cadet Mia Krüger and old-timer police chief Munch, as a new case helps solve a cold one.

‘Gives Jo Nesbo a run for his money’ Sunday Express
‘The latest Norwegian crime-writing sensation’ Sunday Times

It was one of Sweden’s most notorious unsolved cases: two young boys abducted and murdered, their bodies brutally, artistically arranged.

But eight years later, when two other boys are found in similar circumstances, it looks like the killer might be back – this time in neighbouring Norway.

Led by veteran detective Holger Munch, the investigating police are baffled. There are no clues, no leads to follow. In desperation, Munch drafts in a trainee from the Police Academy, Mia Kruger, a young woman with an uncanny ability to see beyond the facts. Little does he know that Mia is battling her own demons and will soon find that her life and that of the case are entwined in ways no one could have imagined….

From the internationally bestselling author of I’m Travelling Alone, comes another mesmerically chilling psychological tale of cat and mouse where the hunter may not know that they have become the hunted before it’s too late…

Readers love Samuel Bjork:

‘Simply terrific’
‘Intelligent and gripping’
‘Perfect for Scandi-Noir lovers’