The Oslo Conspiracy by Asle Skredderberget. Published by St. Martin’s

Milo Cavalli, a half Norwegian, half Italian investigator who is called to Rome to investigate the death of scientist, found dead in her hotel room. Before she died, she managed to write a few words using mascara. Milo, a crack investigator with good looks, charm and loads of family money believes there’s a connection between the scientist’s death in Rome and her brother’s in Norway. And he doesn’t need anyone’s permission or funding to pursue this case, he’s going to use his own money, and his not inconsiderable charm to get the answers he seeks. Milo is as far from the traditional Nordic detective as you can get, he’s more like a 21st century James Bond, only smarter

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