Amanda Knox

I watched the crime documentary Amanda Knox on Netflix a while back. The case received a lot of attention in the U.S. A young, beautiful, American exchange student is convicted and eventually acquitted for the murder on her British roommate … Continue reading

Interview with Emelie Schepp

Photo: Helén Karlsson Welcome to TheCrimeHouse Emelie! A lot has happened since our last interview. You have gone from being a self-publisher to having a publisher, you have sold almost 500,000 novels and to 29 countries. The third novel in the … Continue reading

Maria Wern #17

There is something special about authors that publish a novel every year. Anna Jansson has written a crime novel about Maria Wern every year since 2000. Part 17 (!) had a slow start and something worth noting is that a … Continue reading

Girls, Girls, Girls

It seems like the key to a successful novel is to throw the word girl in the title (well, that and it being a well-written book with a good plot and great characters…). Following the success of Stieg Larsson’s Millenium … Continue reading

Interview with Mikaela Bley

Photo: Michel Widenius Mikaela, welcome to TheCrimeHouse! For our readers who may not know who you are, can you please tell us a little bit about yourself? My name is Mikaela Bley and I am 36 years old. I live in … Continue reading

Making a Murderer

Crime Documentary Is there anyone who has missed the documentary Making a Murderer? It is a somber crime documentary mostly consisting of courtroom footage, recorded phone calls and conversations with relatives, attorneys and police. The Netflix series has become a … Continue reading

A Taste of Crime: Risotto à la Camilla Läckberg

One of Swedish crime writer Camilla Läckberg’s favorite dishes is risotto, and this dish has become one of our favorites too. Risotto, salmon, balsamic glaze, mascarpone, cashew nuts, and croutons. Yum! Pictures and instructions (in Swedish from 2013) can be … Continue reading