Tag Archives: crime fiction

Invisible Murder – Book Review

With the topic of refugees and terrorism very much in the news, this novel by Lene Kaaberbøl and Agnete Friis, is written for our time and makes for illuminating reading.   Two impoverished Roma boys are scavenging for something to … Continue reading

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Not Your Average Crime Novel – ‘Unwanted’

‘In the middle of a rainy Swedish summer, a little girl is abducted from a crowded train.’

‘In the middle of a rainy Swedish summer, a little girl is abducted from a crowded train.’ Suspicion immediately falls upon the husband who has previously been violent towards his estranged wife in the past, but is he really the killer? Continue reading

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Shadow – Book by Karin Altvegen

“When does the first flake fall that will form the snowball? At what stage does the movement start? Nowadays people talk a lot about chasing happiness. There are a multitude of books courses about being happy. Is it something worth striving for? From the Scandinavian realms, Karin Altvegen explores this in her psychological thriller novel, “Shadow.” Continue reading

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