Noora

Original title: Noora

Published: 2014

Publisher: Tammi

Class/genre: Crime & Thriller

Pages: 270

The second part in the Palokaski Trilogy focuses on Noora, a desperately lonely girl with no friends. Once having desperately sought Laura’s friendship, Noora has followed the case and is prepared to do almost anything, including creating a second identity, to get even a fraction of the attention Laura received. Miia Pohjavirta is trying to move on, but is plagued by new suspicions as the people closest to her begin displaying strange behaviours and old traumas are brought to the surface.

Noora soon comes up with an elaborate and dangerous plan, and both Miia and Noora find out that the evil Laura encountered is closer than they could ever have imagined.


RIGHTS SOLD:

The Palokaski Trilogy

ESTONIA, Pegasus
GERMANY, Suhrkamp
GREECE, Kedros
NETHERLANDS, The House of Books
POLAND, Literackie
FILM AND TV RIGHTS, Nordisk Film TV

J. K. Johansson

J. K. Johansson is the pen name of a group of professional storytellers. Johansson loves Nordic crime novels, HBO series, well-written sex scenes, and reading the book before seeing the movie. The Palokaski Trilogy, set in a suburb near Helsinki, is a tense psychological thriller and a tangled relationship and family drama in an internet-dominated society.


Rights sold:

The Palokaski Trilogy

ESTONIA, Pegasus
GERMANY, Suhrkamp
GREECE, Kedros
NETHERLANDS, The House of Books
POLAND, Literackie
FILM AND TV RIGHTS, Nordisk Film TV

Bibliography


J. K. Johansson

Laura

2013, Crime & Thriller


J. K. Johansson

Venla

2015, Crime & Thriller

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