Death of a Shipowner
Who had shot down Paul Johansen on a deserted street in Oslo? Why would anyone plan with such precision the murder of an unimportant Norwegian shipowner? The police had no answers and neither did Johansen's Finance Director, John Henriksen, who had been left in charge of the firm. While Henriksen wanted to help find the murderer, his main task was to extricate the company from the ruinous financial commitments the dead man had made. Here is a highly unusual thriller set against a background which crackles with the insider's knowledge of shipping and finance.