Henrys hemlighet

Henrys hemlighet To Him Who Knocks

Martin Benner #3

Defense attorney Martin Benner has a weakness for antiques. When his friend Henry dies, Martin is given an offer too good to turn down: to take over Henry’s partial ownership of an antiques store in New York. But his good fortune is short-lived – a man shows up claiming that Henry didn’t die from illness but was murdered. At the same time Martin notices that he’s being watched. Someone is leaving footprints in the snow around his house and his surveillance equipment is sabotaged.

Martin is soon drawn into a feverish hunt for the truth about Henry. His search brings him to a series of supposedly closed hotels with shady business occurring on their premises, a church with too much power, and antiquities containing deadly secrets. The line between truth and lie and friend and enemy grows ever more blurred.

Who was Henry Schiller? And was there more to his death than meets the eye?

To Him Who Knocks is Kristina Ohlsson’s third book about Martin Benner and a riveting and intricate crime novel about a past that won’t let itself be forgotten.

Reviews

  • “Hardboiled with class. /…/ Irresistible. /…/ Cool, hardboiled and unabashedly funny. If this is your first taste of the wonderful stylist Kristina Ohlsson, it’s certain to not be your last.”

    ★★★★

    M-Magasin, Sweden

  • “A playfully exciting story filled with ingenious riddles and plenty of red herrings. An intricate puzzle to solve for readers and protagonists alike.”

    Skånska Dagbladet, Sweden

  • “Beautifully constructed suspense and a straight-forward, driven prose.”

    Aftonbladet, Sweden

Download all reviews
Author
Photo: #{publication.artist.imageByline}Kristina Ohlsson
Published
2019
Genre
  • Crime
Pages
430
Reading material

Swedish edition

Rights sold

Czech Republic, Zlin

Denmark, Modtryk

Finland, WSOY

Germany, Blanvalet

Iceland, Forlagid

Slovakia, Ikar

Sweden, Piratförlaget

More from Kristina Ohlsson

Fredrika Bergman

Martin Benner

The Glass Children Trilogy

The Monster Trilogy

Stand-alone