Inuit-Danish cop Qaanaaq Adriensen returned to Greenland a few years ago. Now chief of the national police force, he knows better than anyone the country’s divide between indigenous traditions and Danish modernity. A splendid and immaculate territory, yet the theatre of the most serious crises of our century: ecological, societal, political.
Qaanaaq carries out his investigations in this setting, in a novel which combines the descriptive talent of the greatest Scandinavian thrillers with the qualities of a harrowing and fearsome detective novel.
This is the fourth part of the Murders in Greenland book series, following Qaanaaq, Diskø, Nuuk, which has sold 100,000 copies in France and has already been published in several countries.
Each book can be read independently.
- 30,000 copies sold in the series
- In 2021, 3 titles from the series were among the top 30 bestsellers from Points Policier