|Arnaldur Indriðason and |
your humble blogkeeper
at Bouchercon 2008.
ere's a post that has nothing to do with Bouchercon. It's your chance to win a copy of Hypothermia,
Arnaldur Indriðason's sixth Inspector Erlendur novel, to be released in paperback in the U.S.A. next month by the good people at Picador.
Among other things, the book offers a neat solution or two to the problem of maintaining what readers like about a series while keeping the narrative fresh.
I will send a copy to the first reader who answers this skill-testing question correctly:
What is the name of the unfamiliar letter in Arnaldur Indriðason's second name?
***Liz in the Mid-Atlantic United States knew that the ð in Arnaldur Indriðason's second name is the letter eth (its sound is like that of the th in them.) She wins the U.S. softcover edition of Arnaldur's Hypothermia, a fine novel with a cool title. Congratulations, Liz.
ead all my posts about Arnaldur
. And read my essay about him in Following The Detectives: Real Locations in Crime Fiction
© Peter Rozovsky 2011
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