About the product • The second book of the trilogy about Fredrik Beyer from the master of Scandinavian noir • Bestseller according to the magazine Der Spiegel (Germany) • “Ingar Jonsrud once again proved that he is an unsurpassed master of the genre”, Forsvarets Forum (Norway) • “Competently done intellectual thriller from the Norwegian author Gong (Germany). Calypso is the continuation of a series of books about Fredrik Beyer and Café Iqbal. The rising star of Scandinavian action fiction, Ingar Jonsrud, in her new book, fuses dark realism and political thriller, masterfully whipping up an atmosphere of tension. Chief Inspector of Police Fredrik Beyer regains consciousness in a hospital in Oslo. Doctors say that what happened is the combination of painkillers with alcohol. Or was it a failed suicide attempt? Fredrik himself does not remember anything about what happened the day before. Meanwhile, in a mansion in a suburb of Oslo, Beyer’s colleague Kafa Iqbal is investigating the disappearance of an old widow. In the house of the missing, the police find the body of an unknown man. The remains belong to a man who has been listed as dead for twenty years. And soon another corpse is found in the western part of the city. These two people are united by a common tragic past, and now Beyer must unravel the long-forgotten events in order to prevent the danger that has arisen again. Abstract The body of a man was found in a villa in the outskirts of Oslo. According to the examination, the remains belong to a man who died twenty years ago during a military operation, and the owner of the mansion, an old widow, disappeared without a trace. Shortly thereafter, a second corpse was found on the other side of the city. There are traces of cruel torture on the body of the unknown. Chief Inspector Fredrik Beyer is confident that these murders are related, but someone is persistently trying to interfere with the investigation and confuse cards. Once again, the detective is forced to look for evidence not only in the present, but also in the past. Beyer has no doubt that they are following the trail of a criminal who has nothing to lose, which means that he will do anything to satisfy his thirst for revenge. «Calypso» by Ingar Yonsrud is a masterly exploration of the secrets of the human soul, mass consciousness and philosophy of history.