Monthly Archives: May 2010

>Arne Dahl, Misterioso

>The first in the A-team series which is written in the best Swedish tradition: a story about a fairly peaceful, affluent society with a tendency to put the system and the rules above common sense and the individual human being. … Continue reading

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>May – Scandinavian Month

>Have you noticed I have been on a binge of Scandinavian crime fiction in May? Early in May I went to the library and discovered that they had expanded the crime section noticeably. And around the same time I found … Continue reading

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>Knut Faldbakken, Grænsen (2008)

>Den norske forfatter har en lang række andre romaner bag sig, men Grænsen er hans tredje krimi, og den første i serien om overbetjent Jonfinn Valmann i Hamar, tæt på den svenske grænse. Temaet er prostituerede fra Rusland, eller egentlig … Continue reading

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>Swedish Crime News

>Arne Dahl and the A-team In the mid 90s a Swedish writer planned a series of ten volumes about the special elite force, the A team. The first books were published under the pen name Arne Dahl, but when the … Continue reading

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>Thy´s Day # 17

> These May days are so bitterly cold that I prefer to curl up in an armchair with a good crime novel and show you some pictures from last year.

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>What Do You Want

>I just came home from the local library. They had numerous temptations, but I succeeded in limiting myself to ten crime novels. 1. Knut Faldbakken, Grænsen (Norwegian)2. Jogvan Isaksen, Korsmesse (Faroe Islands) – 2 votes3. Pia Juul, Mordet på Halland … Continue reading

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>Elly Griffiths, The Janus Stone (2010)

>This crime novel is the second in the British Ruth Galloway series. I had great expectations to this one as The Crossing Places was a wonderful read. And just as in her crime debut, Griffiths dishes up a wonderful Norfolk … Continue reading

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