“Exceptionally successful (…) a story that becomes more and more obsessive – also for the reader.” (Five star review)
– Fredrik Wandrup / Dagbladet

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“An accomplishment of a
book – beautiful, exciting and reader friendly.” (Five star review)
Anders Neraal/ Magasinet BOK

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 «A treasure!»
Knut Hoem – NRK Bok

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«Møllerhaugs book is a mix of detective story, excellent investigative journalism and true crime. I rarely read fictional texts with so riveting enthusiasm and commitment. ”
Frode Bjerkestrand – Bergens Tidende

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“a great result of historical and art historical research”
Hilde Østby – Aftenposten

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‘A readable book, it’s fascinating substance and environment he (Nicholas Møllerhaug) opens up and leads the reader into. ”
Espen Søbye – Morgenbladet

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“An exciting story. It’s riveting how the narrator invites the reader to come along solving the Grung-mystery.” Kåre Bulie – Prosa

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« Highly exciting. »
NRK Kritikerne

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“A riveting and exciting journey (…) He (Nicholas Møllerhaug) does a brilliant job to raise Grung’s reputation as an architect,  and ask important questions about envy, hypocrisy and transparency”. (review 5/6) –
Eva Hilde Murvold – Trønderavisa
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 “”Exciting as a crime novel and hard to put down.”
Anders Neraal – BOK365

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“Interesting book which creates debate. (…) When it comes to my own reading experience, I would first of all commend the form author gave the book. “

Tones Bokmerke

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“Eternally topical – as riveting thriller, necessary enlightenment and valuable documentation. (…) The book is important – both for living, dead and unborn. ”
Jostein Vestbø –  Eseløret Facebook forum

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“Fantastic  exciting book, but also warm and personal. Already on page 20, I was frantic that it inevitably had to end. Read it!”

Aagot Lervik – goodreads.com

 

 

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