Author(s): Derek B. Miller
A Norwegian Detective is back at work after a lengthy investigation into potential unlawful discharging of her firearm. She's in the clear but, when thrown in the deep end on her first day she realises she isn't ready to be back. So she heads home to see her Father who doesn't want her there, he wants to send her to America to find her brother who has stopped sending letters. Her Father is worried and she needs something to occupy her thoughts . This is at once a quality detective novel about a missing person and an insightful and entertaining look at America from an outsider's perspective.
Derek B. Miller's acclaimed debut novel Norwegian by Night won the CWA John Creasey Award for Best First Novel in 2013. A native of New England, Miller is the director of The Policy Lab and has worked in International Affairs with the UN, governments and think tanks for the past twenty years. His second novel, The Girl in Green, was recently shortlisted for the Crime Writers Association Steel Dagger for Best Thriller of the Year 2017. He lives in Oslo with his wife and children