Book review: 'The Kingdom' a slow-burn thriller from Jo Nesbo

Oline H. Cogdill | Sun Sentinel
Posted 11/19/20

The kingdom, as it is often called, is a massive piece of land owned by two brothers, located just outside of Os, a small mountaintop village in Norway. The land, mostly forest, is the inheritance of Roy and Carl Opgard, who have co-owned the land since their parents were killed in a car accident not far from the house.

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