8 /10

A Question of Guilt

by Jorn Lier Horst

Snappy Review

A cold case that questions whether justice has been done, has someone innocent of the crime been wrong accused and do they qualify for compensation? Good intentions pave the way for murder!

Book Synopsis

Wisting – hero of the hit BBC4 detective show – must prevent a murder who escaped justice 20 years ago striking again.

In 1999, seventeen-year-old Tone Vaterland was killed on her way home from work. Desperate for a conviction the police deemed the investigation an open-and-shut case and sent her spurned boyfriend, Danny Momrak, down for murder.
But twenty years later William Wisting receives a puzzling letter. It suggests the wrong man was convicted for Tone’s death and the real murderer is still out there.
Wisting is quickly thrown into a terrifying race against time where he must find the sender, decipher this mysterious letter and catch the real killer before they strike again.