Tag Archives: SnowBlind

Blackout by Ragnar Jonasson

‘There had been no preconceptions about Iceland in her mind; the only things about which she had been certain were that it would be cold, probably snowy, and it might be dark’ Blackout, Chapter 13, Ragnar Jonasson We have been following author Ragnar Jonasson‘s writing career with interest as his books are translated from Icelandic […]

Good news for fans of Nordic Noir

If you are a fan of Nordic Noir novels then there is a good chance you are reading translated works such as these:         Have you ever wondered about the process of translating novels?  The world of translated fiction is a little more vibrant these days but it is seen as a high risk […]

Newcastle Noir in Springtime!

Another year has passed…and this blog is two years old!  The Nordic Noir trend seems to be in its middle ages, new TV shows being made as we patiently wait, filling our time with tv shows from other places with similar elements –  dvds, box sets and books a plenty, not all new but some […]