Thursday, September 13, 2007

Mystery solved

Everyone knows crime fiction has boomed in Sweden in recent years. Last month, Bookwitch figured out why.

© Peter Rozovsky 2007

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Anonymous Mariangela said...

grazie per i tuoi commenti sul mio blog!

September 13, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

Prego! E grazie per le vostre belle immagini di Milano e dei Dolomiti!

September 13, 2007  
Blogger Jim's Words Music and Science said...

Well, tak tak for your mention of the "Swedish question", which reminded me that I haven't written a word yet about the excellent Henning Mankell. Best wishes, Jim

September 13, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

You're welcome. I've mentioned Mankell only in passing, since my reading of him predates this blog. Two of his novels stick out for me: The Dogs of Riga for its lowdown and gritty view of investigation and Firewall for its blend of small-city police procedural and international thriller.

I also attended a reading by Mankell once. He's a pretty humorous guy and eager to answer questions about his work. And Håkan Nesser regards him as the precursor of and door-opener for the current wave of Swedish crime writers.

September 13, 2007  

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