Charlie Robertsen / Terje Bjøranger
|Kategori:||Literature and Fiction og Mystery and Crime|
The body of a young man is discovered on Bygdøy island, Oslo. He is found wearing an orange coverall, and sitting with his own severed head held in his lap.
Acts of terror strike Norway and Sweden, and the brutal nature of the attacks shake the peaceful Scandinavia. A young Yezidi woman is released from captivity, after several years as a sex slave in the Islamic State (IS). The Yezidi woman, who calls herself Baso, discovers that her former “owner” is now located in Sweden.
Together with the Norwegian and Swedish police forces, Police Investigator Charlie Robertsen learns that the terrorists behind the recent attacks have even bigger plans. For even if the Islamic caliphate, seated in Raqqa, Syria now lays in ruins, the dream of the Caliphate still lives on.
Charlie’s criminal foster son, Kim, is released from prison and ends caught up in the young yezidi woman’s burning desire for revenge, landing him in the crossfire between Charlie and the Jihadists.
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