Someone is murdering the residents of Nuuk, on the snowy streets of Greenland’s capital city. The masked bodies indicate that the murderer is skilled in dark Greenlandic magic.
As Christmas draws near and the body count rises, Police Commissioner Petra Jensen is forced to personally investigate. But when someone sends her an old video of the recently deceased Police Constable David Maratse, Petra is distracted by ghosts from her past, her present, and her future.
“You might want to put your warmest coat on. Christoffer Petersen writes chilling thrillers in harsh, isolated environments. Too dark for some. Too cold for everyone.” – Óskar Guðmundsson, author of HILMA and BLOOD ANGEL
Set in Greenland, Invisible Touch twists Greenlandic traditions and myths into a dark tale set in the darkest month of the year, in a not too distant future.
Invisible Touch is set shortly after the events in The Calendar Man and The Twelfth Night, and features several of the characters introduced in those books.
Inspired by the Scandinavian and Greenlandic tradition of Christmas Advent Calendars, Invisible Touch has 24 parts, one for each day in December, leading up to the conclusion on December 24th, Christmas Eve, when Greenlanders and Scandinavians celebrate Christmas.
Invisible Touch can also be read as a regular book. It is followed by the sequel North Star Bay.
Pick up Invisible Touch today in preparation for a Dark Advent this Christmas!