A hitman realises he's shot the wrong man and sets about rectifying his mistake. Harry is still held up over Waaler and Rakel and Oleg, and the booze, but he's got a new boss and he had to make a decent last impression.
Harshly rated, but I was disappointed with this one, despite it having some great twists and turns and an excellent revelation (or three). It was just a bit lack-lustre for me and, though I can't really comment on the writing since it's been translated, it seemed a bit picked at. Still a good crime thriller and can probably be read as a stand-alone novel apart from the series.