Category Archives: thriller

>Michael Robotham, Drowning Man aka Lost (2005)

>[Ikke oversat til dansk] This thriller is Australian writer Robotham´s second. Again it takes place in London, and the psychologist Joe O´Loughlin features, but this time the main protagonist is DI Vincent Ruiz (second fiddle in the first novel). Robotham … Continue reading

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>Maria Ernestam, Hundens ører (2008)

>[Unfortunately, this Swedish thriller has not been translated into English – in my opinion it should be! It is available in nine different languages, however, so you may look for it in Dutch or German, or what about Icelandic or … Continue reading

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>Sophie Hannah, Little Face (2006)

> [Bogen er desværre ikke oversat til dansk] This British novel is the first in a series, and the author´s crime fiction debut. Young Alice Fancourt marries David, the single father of Felix, and move into his rich, generous mother´s … Continue reading

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>Inger Frimansson, Skyggen i vandet (2006)

>– oversat fra svensk, (Skuggan i vattnet 2005) – inverted mysteryAdvarsel: Da denne bog er en fortsættelse af Frimanssons krimi-debut, “Godnat, min elskede”, kan det ikke rigtigt lade sig gøre at skrive noget om plottet, uden at komme ind på, … Continue reading

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>Ingrid Hedström, The Schoolmistress of Villette (2008).

>The book has not been translated into English, but I have decided to use it as part of my 2009 suspense and thriller challenge even though it is a bit unfair (legal thriller). This Swedish thriller takes place in Villette, … Continue reading

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>Kerstin Ekman, Blackwater (1996)

>[Bingo post 8 & 2009 thriller reading challenge]This Swedish thriller begins in the present (the 1990s) when the main character, Annie Raft, wakes up at four o’clock in the morning at the sound of a car engine ticking over outside … Continue reading

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>Michael Robotham, Den Mistænkte (Modtryk 2004)

>Advarsel! Efter de første ti sider er det rigtig svært at lægge denne bog fra sig!På første side møder vi den anerkendte professor og psykolog Joseph O´Loughlin på toppen af et hospital, hvor han forsøger at overtale en kræftsyg 17-årig … Continue reading

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