When a client asks Ravn to track down an old classmate the seasoned investigator is faced with his most gruesome case to date.
A series of brutal attacks on women in Copenhagen bear an eerie resemblance to a fatal attack that the client and his classmate carried out on a little girl back in 1993 – and now the client suspects that his old friend is responsible for the recent murders.
Out of fear of retaliation against the two boys, they were given new identities and placed under witness protection, making them almost impossible to trace.
After another woman is attacked, Ravn reluctantly takes on the case and begins the hunt for the killer who could be anyone and strike again at any time. Soon, Ravn starts to question his client’s real identity and motives.
Dybet is the fourth stand-alone book in Michael Katz Krefeld’s beloved series about private investigator Ravn, who lives on his boat in Christianhavn’s harbor with his English bulldog Møffe.
The series is published in 20 countries and Krefeld recently won the Martha-award, naming him the most popular author among Danish readers in 2016.