Order of Doctor Proctor’s Fart Powder Books

Doctor Proctor’s Fart Powder is a series of children’s novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo. Doctor Proctor is a quirky professor who has invented a fart powder that can blast a person into space. The series follows the adventures he has with kids Nilly and Lisa.


Warner Bros. Gets Rights to “The Son”

Written by Brandon Williams on Saturday, November 10th, 2012

Warner Bros. has acquired film rights for Jo Nesbo‘s upcoming thriller novel The Son. The film will be produced by Kevin McCormick’s Langley Park company.


New Harry Hole Novel Coming Fall 2013

Written by Ella Thomson on Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

Random House Group UK has announced the publication of a new novel featuring Harry Hole by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo. The novel will be titled Police and will be published by the Harvill Secker imprint in Autumn 2013. The book will pick up where the previous book, Phantom left off.


A Few New Book Releases Kick Off October

Written by Brandon Williams on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

The beginning of a new month usually means lots of new books coming out. While there may not be a ton of books coming out with the start of October, there are definitely some very interesting new releases.


Crime Authors Condemn Dishonest Book Promotion

Written by Dan Malone on Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

49 crime authors have called for a healthy online ecosystem for online purchases. The list of authors includes Jo Nesbo, Karin Slaughter, Ian Rankin and Lee Child.


Order of Harry Hole Books

Harry Hole is a character and series of crime fiction novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbo. The protaganist and title character of the series is Harry Hole, a hardened detective who works the streets of Oslo. In it, he sets to stop out murderers, bank robbers, gangsters and more.


Order of Jo Nesbo Books

Jo Nesbo is a Norwegian novelist who is best known for his Harry Hole book series. Besides his crime fiction, he also writes the children’s book series Doctor Proctor. He has sold over a million and a half copies of his books in Norway alone.