Category Archives: Books

The Catfish by Ann Rosman

The Catfish (Havskatten) is the fifth novel in the series about Karin Adler in the Gothenburg police department. The story in the present has a connection to the past and all the threads are tied together in the end, just … Continue reading

Killer Deal by Sofie Sarenbrant

The Göransson’s are selling their house, but the day after the open house the daughter Astrid finds her dad murdered. The murder weapon is one of the kitchen knives and there are no signs of a break-in. But since a … Continue reading

New Main Character, New Publisher

This is Kristina Appelqvist’s fifth crime novel and this time she has a new publisher and a new main character. Here it is Helena Waller, literature researcher at Västgöta University, who is in focus. Helena is also a board member … Continue reading

Maria Wern #15

The girl Mirela is bullied by an older boy and she does not know what to do, and she refuses to tell her mother. She looks forward to getting away from the boy when she gets the opportunity to go … Continue reading

MemoRandom by Anders de la Motte

This is Anders de la Motte’s fourth thriller and the beginning of a new series. His first three novels are all part of the acclaimed Geim-trilogy (Geim, Buzz, and Bubble) that several of us at TheCrimeHouse loved! Has he done … Continue reading

P.D. James Comes to Pemberley

Jane Austen’s famous novel Pride and Prejudice was published in 1813. Almost two hundred years later the novel Death Comes to Pemberley by crime writing queen P.D. James is published, and it is meant as a sequel. There are countless … Continue reading

The Bilderberg Summit by Anders Jallai

Anton Modin, a former intelligence officer is back in a fourth thriller that takes place in the fishing village where he lives. As usual the author mixes fact and fiction, and this novel is, if possible, even more controversial. The … Continue reading