How to choose what to read next: Nordic Crime Fiction (1)


Frankly I don’t know how to choose what to read next. What I do know is how I choose what I’m going to read next. If this can help anyone else, it will be just fine. If not, just read whatever you want to. Nordic crime fiction is my foible, therefore I will start from here. Click on the title if you want to find more information about that book. Some of the titles that I have on my TBR shelves, which I might not be able to read before 31 December, include: The Snowman by Jo Nesbo; The Man From Beijing by Henning Mankell; Yours Until Death by Gunnar Staalesen and Murder at the Savoy by Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö (with no particular order).

My plans for early next year include: Three Seconds by Anders Roslund and Börge Hellström; Red Wolf by Liza Marklund; The Inspector and Silence by Håkan Nesser; Bad Intentions by Karin Fossum; Frozen Moment by Camilla Ceder; The Black Path by Asa Larsson; Ashes to Dust by Yrsa Sigurdardottir; The Stonecutter by Camilla Lackberg; Silence by Jan Costin Wagner (yes, I know he’s German but his novels are set in Finland); Arctic Chill by Arnaldur Indridason; The Woman from Bratislava by Leif Davidsen; Echoes From the Death by Johan Thorin; Betrayal by Karin Alvtegen; The Shadow Woman by Ake Edwardson;  The Last Fix by K. O. Dahl; and The Killer’s Art by Mari Jungstedt (with no particular order). And yes, I know Anne Holt is missing.

To be continued…..

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