Monthly Archives: January 2010

>Henning Mankell, Mordere uden ansigt (1992)

>Denne krimi er ikke Mankells debut, men den første i Kurt Wallander-serien. Hesten, som ikke vrinsker om natten, vækker en gammel landmand i Skåne. Han står ud af sengen, og i vinterkulden bevæger han sig over til nabogården for at … Continue reading

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>Consolation

>This post was not quite what I had in mind for today. I have half a review on my computer, but my befuddled head is not much better than Blogger. At least I know what way to turn a photo … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day

> Geez, this is cold.

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>DJ´s Bait in the Box # 52

>Do you remember this novel, the first in an excellent series? “I thought I should call you.” “Traffic accident?” “No, not exactly. An elderly farmer called and said his name was Nyström. Lives in Lunnarp. He claimed that the woman … Continue reading

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>N for Nesbø and Nesser

>A short post for a long working day. Two excellent, Scandinavian Ns for this week´s Alphabet meme: Norwegian Jo Nesbø with the very human and thirsty protagonist, Harry Hole. And from Sweden, Håkan Nesser, known to English readers for his … Continue reading

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>Matt Rees, The Bethlehem Murders (2007)

>[Dansk titel: Kollaboratøren fra Betlehem, 2008] US title: The Collaborator of Bethlehem Read for the 2010 Global Reading Challenge (Asia) + What´s in a Name Challenge (place). This novel is Matt Rees´ debut. The writer lives in Israel, and as … Continue reading

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>And the Winners are …

>First the lucky winner of my anniversary competition: Kelly of Kelly´s Thoughts & Ramblings. Next the winner of L.C. Tyler´s cozy mystery: ´Petty Witter´ of Pen and Paper. Congratulations to both of you!

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