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Published by Faber and Faber in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Frank Frøhlich (Fictitious character),
  • Inspector Gunnarstrabda (Fictitious character),
  • Detective and mystery stories,
  • Police,
  • Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

Translated from the Norwegian.

StatementK.O. Dahl ; translated by Don Bartlett
The Physical Object
Pagination352 p. ;
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26644417M
ISBN 100571232973
ISBN 109780571232970
OCLC/WorldCa752339773

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  Read "Lethal Investments" by Kjell Ola Dahl available from Rakuten Kobo. An apartment building. A woman clearing up the mess her three-year-old son has made on the stairway. A child staring int /5. Although 'Lethal Investments' is the fourth novel, featuring the Oslo detectives Gunnarstranda and Frolich,to be published in English,it is the first in the e being published out of written order, one's enjoyment is not spoiled. When Reiden Rosendal,a young single attractive woman is murdered in herReviews:   An apartment building. A woman clearing up the mess her three-year-old son has made on the stairway. A child staring into an open doorway. The naked leg of a woman sticking out of that doorway. Blood. A woman's scream. Reidun Rosendal's murder presents Oslo detectives Gunnarstranda and Frolich with their most intriguing case yet. And the mystery deepens when the chief suspect, Author: K. O. Dahl. In Lethal Investments, Frolich does not think much of Gunnarstranda at the start, but as this book, and future volumes, pan out, the relationship between the men changes. We also follow the tracks of their personal lives, as Gunnarstranda mourns the death of wife (which took place four years before Lethal Investments opens) and Frolich begins a /5(19).

Lethal Investments opens seven years prior to the case that started it all: The Fourth Man. It's the early nineties, and Oslo is driven by the rapid success of the IT boom. When Reiden Rosendal, a beautiful young woman, is found brutally murdered in her apartment, Inspectors Gunnarstranda and Frølich's top suspect is her lover—until he's discovered dead, too. Lethal Investments K.O Dahl, trans. from the Norwegian by Don Bartlett. Minotaur, $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. The Last Fix; The Fourth Man. Gunnarstranda & Frølich. **Four of the novels have been published in English, these translations have been published in the reverse order to which they were written. 1. Lethal Investments. 2. The Man in the Window. 3. The Last Fix. Kjell Ola Dahl was born in Norway in and lives with his wife and children in Askim, near Oslo. His first novel D dens more investeringer (Deadly Investments) was published in Norway in The Fourth Man, was the first of his Oslo Detective More about K. O. Dahl.