Category Archives: Books

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

Alex King is Back

A British diplomatic family in Stockholm is subject to a number of kidnappings and threats. Their ten-month-old son is kidnapped to later be returned repeatedly. The nanny and teenage daughter also disappear at separate occasions. Who wants to demonstrate their … Continue reading

Happy Nation by Liza Marklund

  A former politician is severely tortured and then found unconscious in his fancy home in Solsidan outside Stockholm, Sweden. His wife Nora is missing without a trace and their children is found at his sister’s house. The event becomes … Continue reading

Swedish Debut Thriller with International Flair

Joakim Zander’s debut book “The Swimmer” (direct translation) was recently published in Sweden. Joakim is currently working as a lawyer for the EU in Finland. He has also lived in Brussels and Sweden, Syria and Israel during his childhood. Story An … Continue reading

Answer if You Hear Me by Ninni Schulman

The moose hunting season has started in Sweden and Pär Sanner’s fourteen-year-old daughter joins him in the woods one cold October morning. Petra Wilander is a member of the same hunting team and she gets suspicious when father and daughter … Continue reading

The Conductor from Saint Petersburg

The Conductor from Saint Petersburg takes place in Moscow in the early 2000s and two Swedes are at the center of the story. First we have Tom Blixen, an investment banker at Pioneer Capital, whose assignment is to help the … Continue reading