John Verdon – Think of a number

Debut book The Thriller Think of a number is, the American author, John Verdon’s, debut book but it doesn’t feel like a debut book. It feels more like book No. 5 in a series and that is good for a debutant. The … Continue reading

Helene Tursten – In the shelter of Shadows (free translation!)

Crime novel veteran Helene Tursten is one of several female crime writers in Sweden who have written, or are approaching the 2-digit book number in written books together with Liza Marklund, Camilla Läckberg, Anna Jansson, Mari Jungstedt (to name a few). It’s probably … Continue reading

The Corrupt (free translation) by Robert Kviby

Swedish conspiracy thriller Robert Kviby has received a lot of attention for his debutant book The corrupt. Much thanks to modern and smart marketing. For example there is a soundtrack to the book. I saw Robert in an interview on Swedish … Continue reading

Murder in the 11th house

Murder in the 11th House … Is an astrological detective story written by an American author named Michelle Scott Lewis. The author is himself an astrologer and is said to have predicted a series of economic events as the crash … Continue reading

On the 3rd Day of Christmas…

…my true love gave to me: three french hens, …two turtle doves, and a partridge in a pear tree. About Twelve Days of Christmas About Twelve Days of Christmas… The Nicholas Le Floch Affair To symbolize the gift on the … Continue reading

Tell no one…

Some of you may have read Harlan Cobens book thriller Tell no one. This movie is a french adaption of that movie and when I saw it I was blown away. It is great! Story 8 years ago the wife of … Continue reading

The Death Instinct by Jed Rubenfeld

Sequel to The interpretation of murder A couple of years ago I read Jed Rubenfelds historical crime novel from 2006 “The Interpretation of  Murder” a historical crime novel set in New York in the 1920s. Acts of terrorism and radium In this … Continue reading