Recently I was lucky enough to read Thomas Enger’s latest novel, Killed. I’m a massive lover of good quality crime fiction and with this one being predicted as a ‘Nordic Noir classic’, I was immediately intrigued. If you’ve seen my full length review here, you’ll know by now how much I truly enjoyed this book. It’s brilliantly written with the perfect balance between prose and plot; Enger truly deserved all of the praise he has been given. When I was granted the opportunity to interview the author for the novels upcoming blog tour I was ecstatic. In today’s post I am finally able to share with you the author’s answers to my questions, and I can only hope it will make you as excited to read the novel as I was!
1. Killed is the fifth and final installment in the Henning Juul series which follows a man who is desperate for answers concerning the murder of his young son. How did the initial idea first present itself to you? Did you always envision this as a series of books?