A great read about Ragnar Jonasson’s latest book Winterkill written by blogger Richard at CafeThinking, I had to share it!
It’s hard to be objective about this one. Winterkill is the encore that the public demanded: the end of the Dark Iceland series that made such a splash for Icelandic crime fiction and for some of us personally. The series made Ragnar Jónasson a star for English-language readers. The very name of the piece, Winterkill, sounds like a Bond movie and the Dark Iceland marketing has the swagger to match. Jónasson’s been doing other work since, but this is a return to his old stamping ground, bringing some of the old cast together for a reunion. The first clue that this one’s a bit different from what came before is the announcement that this novel was written and published first in French, not in Icelandic. Iceland Noir belongs to us all these days.
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