Iceland Noir 2014: volcanoes, glaciers and crime

There have been so many good blogs on Iceland Noir and I have so many deadlines in December I dont have time to do my own so please enjoy everyone else’s. Starting here! Thanks fellow bloggers!

Mrs. Peabody Investigates

Having been extremely jealous of everyone at Iceland Noir last year, it was brilliant to make it this November, not least because Reykjavik has been on my wishlist of places to visit for a long, long time. The event was held at Nordic House, and was expertly organised by author Quentin Bates and the rest of the Icelandic Noir team, who put together a great programme over two days. Quite a few bloggers have already posted reports (see list below), so I’m going to focus on the panels/discussions that particularly interested me and say a little about my first impressions of Iceland … with plenty of photos!

IMG_4654 Nordic Perspectives panel – and yes, it was early in the morning…

Nordic Perspectives. This panel featured David Hewson (UK), Hans Olav Lahlum (Norway), Lilja Sigurðardóttir (Iceland) and Michael Ridpath (UK), with Jake Kerridge moderating. It was interesting to see how these…

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  1. Many thanks for reposting, Nordic Noir!

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