”His agenda is to create thriller, and he succeeds terrifically in that.” Dagbladet
After three years in prison, Joachim Jacklin is a free man at last. But as the gates slam shut behind him, he remains standing in front of the prison. Somewhere out there they are waiting for him. He doesn’t know who they are, only that they will follow his every move from now on. Because in Oslo, international mass murderers are walking around freely.
At the same time Arve Magne Fehren – experienced aid worker and head of World Aid for the People of Sudan – discovers that his long time assistant Dalila Taha has disappeared from Khartoum. He assumes that it’s hardly a coincidence that she has disappeared at the same time as Joachim Jacklin has been released.
And in his office at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Oslo, Minister of International Development Christian Holtedahl is in no mood to enjoy the fact that his ministry has negotiated a peace solution in South Sudan. His mind is set on one thing only: that Operation Dragon must never, ever be exposed.
But a fifteen year old boy and a metal suitcase is about to change everything …
“The book is difficult to put down, and Kristensen thereby fulfils the critical criteria for any successful thriller: Suspense.” Aftenposten
“Suspenseful, and not a little provocative.” Dagens Næringsliv
“In this way he confirms his position within the genre in this country: No one is more competent.” Tønsbergs Blad
“… Tom Kristensen again demonstrates that he succeeds in finding interesting settings for his tales.” Vårt Land