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Knock Knock Hardcover – 19 January 2021
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"[A] heart-pounding thriller...Roslund's serpentine plot and visceral character development brings each cliffhanging chapter to a staggering revelation on how tasty a dish of cold, karmic revenge can be. From the first Knock Knock on the door of a murder scene to discovering the killers behind it, this novel is a breathless, suspenseful read." --Shelf Awareness "Roslund cleverly interlaces two disparate storylines, and readers will marvel at just how much action can take place in a period spanning only three days. Knock Knock has handily reaffirmed all my Scandi-noir gushing."--BookPage "A masterpiece of a thriller. Brutal, gripping, intelligent. It left me breathless."--New York Times bestselling author Liza Marklund
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- Publisher : G.P. Putnam's Sons (19 January 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 448 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0593188217
- ISBN-13 : 978-0593188217
- Dimensions : 15.82 x 3.51 x 23.55 cm
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A family of four are executed and seventeen years later, it seems that somebody is tying up loose ends. I wasn’t always in synch with what was happening but I didn’t mind that so much as I don’t have to understand every nuance of the plot to enjoy a book. But there just wasn’t enough on offer. I think, at the end, the pieces fell into place but I’d have sacrificed a clever finale for more action beforehand.
I liked the geographic spread of the plot and I really did think the narrative was well imagined; it just felt underplayed to me.
The start was great - which you get with the free sample. After that it's all about Piet and his drama. I'm 25% in and I'm waiting to find out how the initial story fits in. I hope it improves.