Själakistan by Ann Rosman

So, beautiful and interesting Marstrand, on the Swedish west coast is begining to catch up with Gotland on the east coast when it comes to horrible crimes and mysterious creatures. The second crime novel by Ann Rosman makes a flying … Continue reading

Interview with Peter James

Peter James, welcome to The Crime House! If you were to describe yourself in only three words, which would they be? Curious about everything. . From film producer to crime author – how did that happen? I have alternated throughout … Continue reading

Dead Man’s Footsteps

In this fourth novel about Inspector Roy Grace, Peter James has chosen to take us back to the horrors of the World Trade Centre catastrophe, which he does with a gentle hand and a lot of respect. The hopelessly incompetent … Continue reading

Interview with Simon Kernick

How was the “author” in you born? I’ve always wanted to write, pretty much as soon as I could pick up a pen. I have no idea why. It was just instinctive, I suppose, and the urge is as strong … Continue reading

Interview with Karin Slaughter

Karin Slaughter, welcome to this interview for Deckarhuset/TheCrimeHouse ! You write unusually violent and bloody stories, why? I don’t think of them as unusually violent or bloody.  My main focus as a writer is to use violence as a means … Continue reading