#1690: Jo Nesbo “The Kingdom” | The Book Show

December 08, 2020 00:27:32
#1690:
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#1690: Jo Nesbo “The Kingdom” | The Book Show
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This week on The Book Show, Jo Nesbo’s discusses his dark, gripping new standalone thriller, The Kingdom. Nesbo tells the story of two brothers, and a homecoming that turns deadly bringing long-buried family secrets to the surface.  

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