Mari Jungstedt Krimier og Dagens Besteller

“I love diversity of culture, the reason promoting Scandinavian books and films on my blog” – Joel Savage

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“En af Skandinaviens bedste krimiforfattere” – sådan har The Times beskrevet Mari Jungstedt, der siden sin debut har etableret sig som en af Sveriges mest succesrige krimiforfattere.

Jungstedt er især blevet populær med hendes krimiserie om kommisærAnders Knutas, der består af 10 bind, som kan læses i rækkefølge eller uafhængigt af hinanden.

Den du ikke ser

Helena Hillerström holder sammenkomst for vennerne. Men den festlige stemning holder ikke aftenen ud og det ender med et voldsomt opgør. Dagen derpå løber Helena en tur og møder hun sin morder i morgendisen.

1. bind i Anders Knutas-serien

E-bog: 50 kr.

Lydbog: 90 kr.

I denne stille nat

14-årige Fanny forsvinder uden varsel på vej hjem fra stalden. Anders Knutas og hans kolleger skal finde Fannys morder. Som efterforskningen skrider frem, tegner der sig et billede af et tragisk barneliv.

2. bind i Anders Knutas-serien

E-bog: 50 kr.

Lydbog: 90 kr.

Den inderste kreds

Tæt på en arkæologisk udgravning finder man liget af den unge hollandske studerende, Martina. Mærkerne på hendes krop tyder på, at mordet har rituelle undertoner.

3. bind i Anders Knutas-serien

E-bog: 55 kr.

Lydbog: 90 kr.

Se hele Anders Knutas-serien

Sommerkrimier

Leona

En eftermiddag i det centrale Stockholm går en syvårig pige, nøgen og blodig, ind i en bank og truer sig til et million beløb, som har held med at få med sig derfra. Det usædvanlige røveri får hurtigt pressens fulde bevågenhed. Den unge efterforsker ved det svenske kriminalpoliti Leona Lindberg står i spidsen for opklaringen.

E-bog: 90 kr.

Lydbog: 90 kr.

Savner dig

Kat Donovan er kriminalbetjent og single. Da hun surfer på en datingsite, falder hun over en profil, der ligner enhver anden, men hun får et chok, da hun nærstuderer det vedhæftede fotografi. Manden på billedet er hendes tidligere forlovede, Jeff, som knuste hendes hjerte – og som hun ikke har set i 18 år. Men snart er håb afløst af rædsel, da det går op for Kat, at noget er helt galt.

E-bog: 90 kr.

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Explore The Scandinavian Culture, Literature And Books

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Scandinavian Fiction Classical and Contemporary Literature.

The Scandinavian countries – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden – have long literary tradions. A number of writers from these countries are very well known internationally and several have received Nobel Prizes in Literature for their work: Bjørnstjerne Martinus Bjørnson (Norway) 1902, Selma Ottilia Lovisa Lagerlöf (Sweden) 1909, Carl Gustaf Verner von Heidenstam (Sweden) 1916, Karl Adolph Gjellerup & Henrik Pontoppidan (Denmark) 1919, Knut Pedersen Hamsun (Norway) 1920, Sigrid Undset (Norway) 1928, Frans Eemil Sillanpää (Finland) 1939, Johannes Vilhelm Jensen (Denmark) 1944, Pär Fabian Lagerkvist (Sweden) 1951, Halldór Kiljan Laxness (Iceland) 1955, and Eyvind Johnson and Harry Martinson (Sweden) 1974.

We have a section for each of the Scandinavian countries: Danish writers, Finnish writers, Icelandic writers,Norwegian writers and Swedish writers. We focus on writers that have been translated into English, and try to bring reviews of both classical novels and contemporary fiction.

We also have started to build a section on Scandinavian emigrant writers, but these are in some cases hard to identify. Also, we have a section on Scandinavian literary history, as well as on literary awards in the Scandinavian countries, and on the Nordic Council literary award.

Hunger, by Knut Hamsun.

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Knut (Pedersen) Hamsun was an internationally renowned Norwegian novelist, dramatist, poet, and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1920. Knut Hamsun received the Nobel Prize for his novel Growth of the Soil.Growth of the Soil is a very special, extremely well written, spectacular book. However, it is only one among many spectacular books by Knut Hamsun.

The book that first launched Knut Hamsun in the European literary scene was Hunger. When asked about the book, he told a friend, “What interests me are my little soul’s endless emotions, the special, strange life of the mind, the mysteries of the nerves in a hungry body.” And that is exactly what the book is about. An extremely strange book, and a literary revolution in the making when it was written – a lit torch thrown right in the face of the predominantly social-realist European literary establishment of the time. Its refreshing viewpoint and impulsive, lyrical style had an electrifying effect on European writers.

To many observers, Hunger presaged the writings of authors such as Franz Kafka and other twentieth-century novelists, with its internal monologue and bizarre logic. It is impulsive, electric, esoteric, and confusing, but also written with the sharp and distinctive style that characterizes Hamsun. The novel breaks grammatical rules and it’s tenses skip around. The language itself is used as a means to show the state of mind of the main character and to energize the story.

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Knut Hamsun

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