No Echo: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Six (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #6) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel series.
- #1: Blind Goddess: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book One (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #1) (Paperback): $15.00
- #3: Death of the Demon: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Three (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #3) (Paperback): $18.99
- #4: The Lion's Mouth: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Four (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #4) (Hardcover): $26.00
- #5: Dead Joker: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Five (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #5) (Paperback): $17.00
- #7: Beyond the Truth: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Seven (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #7) (Paperback): $17.00
- #8: 1222: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Eight (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #8) (Hardcover): $25.00
- #9: Odd Numbers: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Nine (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #9) (Paperback): $17.00
- #10: In Dust and Ashes: Hanne Wilhelmsen Book Ten (A Hanne Wilhelmsen Novel #10) (Paperback): $17.00
When one of Oslo’s hottest celebrity chefs is murdered, Hanne Wilhelmsen is called back into action in “a nearly pitch-perfect procedural layered over a moving exploration of rejection and abandonment” (Booklist) in the sixth installment of the award-winning series from Norway’s #1 bestselling female crime writer.
On a cold December evening, celebrity chef Brede Ziegler is discovered stabbed to death on the steps of Oslo’s police headquarters, sending a shock wave through the city’s hip in-crowd. Chef Ziegler had many famous associates and more than a few enemies among them. Was his murder a random act of violence or did someone want him dead? Police investigator Billy T. is stymied by conflicting information about the kind of man Ziegler was. It seems nobody really knew him: not his glamorous wife, his business partner, nor the editor of his memoir-in-progress. The case is hopeless until Hanne Wilhelmsen returns to Oslo after a six-month stay in Italy and teams up with Billy T. Working together, they are pulled deep into the nefarious world inhabited by Ziegler. Was he at all the chef he claimed to be? And can those who knew him be trusted?
In the fabulous No Echo, “transcripts of witness statements alternate with Anne Holt’s penetrating psychological analysis of human desires, weaknesses, and essential decency, unveiling unexpected dimensions of her series characters” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).
About the Author
Anne Holt is Norway’s bestselling female crime writer. She was a journalist and news anchor and spent two years working for the Oslo Police Department before founding her own law firm and serving as Norway’s Minister for Justice in 1996 and 1997. Her first novel was published in 1993 and her books have been translated into over thirty languages and have sold more than 7 million copies. Her novel 1222 was nominated for an Edgar Award for Best Novel. She lives in Oslo with her family.
Praise for No Echo:
“A nearly pitch-perfect procedural layered over a moving exploration of rejection and abandonment.”
“Transcripts of witness statements alternate with Holt’s penetrating psychological analysis of human desires, weaknesses, and essential decency, unveiling unexpected dimensions of her series characters.”
—Publishers Weekly, starred review
Praise for the Hanne Wilhelmsen series:
"If you aren’t familiar with her Hanne Wilhelmsen novels, it’s okay to dive in with this one—No. 7—but then do yourself a favor and binge-read the first six."
“Anne Holt is the godmother of modern Norwegian crime fiction.”
"Fast-paced and involving.... Holt knows psychology as well as she knows the ins and outs of police-work. She quickly draws the reader into the minds and lives of half a dozen disparate characters—none more interesting than Inspector Wilhelmsen herself... Holt's visions of societal and ethical decay are balanced by glimpses of great poignancy, human consolation and love."
—The Wall Street Journal
"A good old-fashioned murder mystery. Wherever Hanne shows up next, my advice is to follow that wheelchair."
—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review
"This is a series that demands to be read, and the more quickly, the better."