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Ultimatum, by Anders de la Motte***

Fans of Swedish crime fiction rejoice; Ultimatum is available to the public today. Thanks go to Net Galley and Atria Books for the DRC, which I read free in exchange for this honest review. 335 more words

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Meet Stefan Ahnhem (Profile)

Meet the Swedish screenwriter who turned to crime writing when the Nordic Noir Book Club gets together on 22. May 2017. All Welcome.

Stefan Ahnhem is one of the most successful new voices to appear on the Scandinavian crime fiction scene in recent years. 485 more words

Scandinavian Crime Fiction

The Dying Detective

The Dying Detective was written in Swedish and published in 2010. It was translated into English in 2016. This page-turner is quality Nordic crime writing with some underlying character-driven humour. 193 more words

Tickets on sale for Nordic Noir Book Club event featuring Jorn Lier Horst, Lone Theils and Stefan Ahnhem

Join us for an all-Scandinavian evening of thrilling bestselling crime fiction with Jorn Lier Horst (Norway), Lone Theils (Denmark) and Stefan Ahnhem (Sweden). Prepare for battle, as the authors and audience engage in the historic sibling rivalry of the Scandinavian countries to decide, once and for all, which of the Scandinavian countries is more “Nordic Noir”. 216 more words

Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Jørn Lier Horst, Lone Theils and Stefan Ahnhem @ Nordic Noir Book Club Event in London, May 22nd

The Nordic Noir Book Club in London is excited and proud to give advance notice of an upcoming event in London featuring prominent crime writers from Norway, Denmark and Sweden: Jørn Lier Horst, Lone Theils and Stefan Ahnhem. 168 more words

Scandinavian Crime Fiction

#BlogTour #CURSED by Thomas Enger @EngerThomas) (@OrendaBooks)

As always, I would like to start by saying a huge huge THANK YOU to Karen @ Orenda Books for allowing me an early copy of CURSED. 818 more words

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#IncidentReport; THE CROW GIRL by #ErikAxlSund (Harvill Secker, 2016)

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FINALLY! It seems like I have been reading this book forever – but I have read two books at the same time, so I’m not too mad at myself. 396 more words

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