Monthly Archives: June 2012

Taking the Paper Plunge

I don´t know why I have been a writer for more than a year without even considering paper books. Or to be precise, I have just rejected the idea because I was sure it would be too complicated for someone … Continue reading

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Knavesborough revisited

Finally, back in Knavesborough. I have a few days´ rest in between exams, and I am determined to make the most of them. So I have picked up “The Halloween Murderer” where I got stuck more than a year ago. … Continue reading

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If you like…

I am probably childish, but I think it is hilarious that just sent this mail to me:

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Hans Schmidt Petersen, The Snail´s House (2009)

Not translated into English (yet?), but I am sure many of you would enjoy this series. A Danish police procedural, “Sneglens hus”. A very promising debut, and I liked two aspects especially. First, even though the story deals with a … Continue reading

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Guest Blogging

The Scottish crime writer ´Cecilia Peartree´ has kindly invited me to write a guest post for her blog. Please pop over and see what I have been up to. And if you like cosy mysteries, you might want to take … Continue reading

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