Tag Archives: thriller

Wee Puffs #4 Our series of micro reviews continues…

From time to time we do micro reviews*. These are not always Nordic but are always interesting reads. Rise Up by Nauja Lynge Finding the place that works for you. Exploring relationships between Greenlanders/Faroese and the Danish. A novel about identity. Read it. Our Trespasses by Michael Cordell Dark, filmic US mystery. Returning to Nebraska […]

Betrayal by Iceland’s Lilja Sigurdardottir #NordicNoir #reading #Iceland #thiller

Betrayal is the first standalone of Lilja’s that I have read. Where shall we start? Isn’t the cover gorgeous? Every time the book caught my eye I thought it was beautiful and it made me want to read. The title is also thought provoking. Who did the betraying? Who was betrayed? Betrayal is a thriller […]

“The police radio crackled…” Read extract of Death Deserved by Enger & Horst here! #blogtour #nordicnoir #crimefiction

Police officer Alexander Blix and celebrity blogger Emma Ramm join forces to track down a serial killer with a thirst for attention and high-profile murders, in the first episode of a gripping new Nordic Noir series… Today we have an extract from Death Deserved,  a co-written thriller by two great Norwegian crime writers (and translated […]

This thriller could make your weekend! #Review #LittleSiberia #Finland

Finnish author Antti Tuomainen has had 3 brilliant books published (in English) in three consecutive years.  In my eyes this puts him up there as an annual event in my diary like watching The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars and The Big Lebowsky.  I look forward to reading his work the same way I […]

Wee Puffs #3 – Concise book reviews

From time to time we do 140 character reviews. This kind of review started on Twitter where characters are limited. The word limit really makes you think about what you write in the review.  These are the latest three: Goodnight Papa by Simon Rowe – Award winning thriller/suspense story collection with strong sense of place […]