Stig Sæterbakken

Invisible Hands

Police inspector Kristian Wold has been assigned the year-old, unsolved case of a missing person. There is no misunderstanding about the message from his superiors: this is to be the last ditch attempt in finding the person before the case is dropped. Nonetheless, Kristian's conscience forces him to agree to meet Inger Danielsen, the mother of the 14-year-old girl who has disappeared. It is to be a meeting that will have unexpected consequences for both of them. While Kristian feels committed to continue an investigation that has so far proved fruitless, an exciting intimacy is also developing between him and the mother.

Inevitably, and against all the odds, the two are drawn to each other, with an unpleasant outcome in store.

Stig Sæterbakken

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Stig Sæterbakken is a novelist, essayist and critic. He has written essays, collections of poetry and seven novels.

PREVIOUS TITLES:
Flytende paraplyer, poems 1984.
Sverdet ble til et barn, poems 1986.
Vandrebok, prose poetry 1988.
Incubus, novel 1991.
Det nye testamentet, novel 1993.
Estetisk salighet, essays 1994.
Siamesisk, novel 1997.
Selvbeherskelse, novel 1998.
Sauermugg, novel 1999.
Det onde øye, essays 2001.
Kapital, novel 2003.
Besøket, novel 2006.

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