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Scandinavian Crime Fiction – The Book

scancrimefiction-frontpageMy book, Scandinavian Crime Fiction, has now been published by Bloomsbury. On the Nordic Noir Book Club blog, you can find information about the book, learn about how the book came into being, read reviews and, not least, find out how to purchase a copy with a Book Club discount.

Click here to visit the Book page on the NNBC Blog

In other news, the Book Club is working on a new London event scheduled for late May featuring crime writers from Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Follow us on Facebook and on the blog to receive further news about the event and early access to tickets.



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Danish language for The Killing fans

For those of you looking forward to the new series of The Killing, starting on BBC4 tomorrow evening, have a look at this short film with a crash course in Danish, featuring Jesper Hansen (with obligatory Forbrydelsen-style sweater) from the UCL Scandinavian Studies. Co-starring our departmental Polar Bear Skull.

Full details here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/tv-and-radio/video/2012/nov/16/danish-the-killing-video


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