Servaz finally returns for a nerve-racking confrontation with Hirtmann
It is a stormy night on the North Sea.
Shaken around by violent winds, the helicopter lets Kirsten Nigaard off on an oil rig.
The Norwegian inspector is investigating the murder of a technician on the off-shore platform.
A man is missing. While going through his cabin, Kirsten discovers a series of photos. A few days later she finds herself in the office of Martin Servaz.
The missing man is named Julian Hirtmann, the cunning and illusive killer that the police have been pursuing for years.
Oddly, Martin Servaz appears in several of his photos.
Followed, spied upon.
Kirsten then hands him another photo. Of a child.
On the back a name is written: GUSTAV
For Kirsten and Martin a terrifying journey begins.
With, at the end of the night, the most fearsome of enemies.
A nerve-racking one-on-one.
After Iced, which has recently been adapted as a series on French Television (M6), The Circle and Don’t Turn Out the Light, Bernard Minier, a prominent author of thrillers in France, has announced the comeback of Commander Servaz.