Jo Nesbo - Book Series In OrderJo Nesbo is a Norwegian police and at the same time a crime writer who was born is Oslo, Norway in the year He is also an accomplished musician as the primary singer and songwriter for the Norwegian rock band Di Derre. His crime novels, specifically the Harry Hole, series are is biggest claim to fame. His works have been translated into over forty 40 languages and have attained worldwide sales of over 9 million copies. Nesbo studied Economics and Business Administration at the Norwegian School of Economics and worked as a freelance journalist and stockbroker before his writing career took off. His talents as a writer are not solely based on the crime genre. Harry is a police officer with the Oslo crime squad.
Order of Harry Hole Books
Jo Nesbo is perhaps best known for his brilliant, bestselling Harry Hole series — eleven thrillers featuring the Oslo Crime Squad detective. These perfectly crafted thrillers have sold millions of copies across the world. Harry, a flawed, troubled officer struggling with alcoholism, often disobeys orders from his superiors and flouts the rules to get results. The Bat. Detective Harry Hole is meant to keep out of trouble.
By Fabien. On September 11, In Reading Guide. Soon, we will be able to watch Michael Fassbender playing Harry Hole on the big screen. But before that, we can still read the books! Like a lot of literary detectives, he is a brilliant but uses unorthodox methods.
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Harry Hole is a character and series of crime fiction novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo. The protaganist and title character of the series is Harry Hole, a hardened detective who works the streets of Oslo. In it, he sets to stop out murderers, bank robbers, gangsters and more. Notes: The Cockroaches , which is not available in English at this time, is the second book in the Harry Hole series. We will add it as soon as it becomes available. The majority of them have been translated into English by Don Bartlett.