An Update of the Annika Bengtzon series


Following my previous post HERE, the complete series at present consists of ten books. 

  1. Studio sex (1999; Studio 69, trans. Kajsa von Hofsten, 2002; Exposed, trans. Neil Smith, 2011) (Spanish translation: Studio Sex, trad. Carlos del Valle, Suma de Letras, 2010) – takes place eight years before the action of The Bomber
  2. Paradiset (2000; Paradise, trans. Ingrid Eng-Rundlow, 2004; Vanished, trans. Neil Smith, 2012) (Spanish translation Paraiso, trad. Carlos del Valle (?), Suma de Letras, 2011) – a direct continuation of Studio 69
  3. Prime Time (2002; Prime Time, trans. Ingrid Eng-Rundlow, 2006) – the action occurs between Paradise and The Bomber.
  4. Sprängaren (1998; English translation The Bomber, trans. Kajsa von Hofsten, 2000; The Bomber, trans. Neil Smith, 2011) (Spanish translation Dinamita, trad. Carlos del Valle, Suma de Letras, 2010) – the first book published in the series.
  5. Den Röda Vargen (2003; English translation Red Wolf, trans. Neil Smith, 2010) – an independent story which picks up from the end of The Bomber.
  6. Nobels testamente (2006; English translation Last Will, trans. Neil Smith, 2012) – takes place some months after The Red Wolf.
  7. Livstid (2007; English translation Lifetime, trans. Neil Smith 2012) – a direct sequel to Last Will.
  8. En plats i solen (2008; English translation The Long Shadow, trans. Neil Smith, 2013) – a direct sequel to Lifetime.
  9. Du gamla, du fria (2011; the English translation Borderline, trans. Neil Smith, 2014) – takes place three years after Lifetime
  10. Lyckliga gatan (2013; English title might be: Happy Nation) –  takes place six months after the events in Borderline.

Source: Salomonsson Agency

The three novels Last Will, Lifetime and The Long Shadow can be considered as a trilogy within the series. (Wikipedia)

7 thoughts on “An Update of the Annika Bengtzon series

  1. Hola, de esta autora he leído los tres libros publivados hasta ahora en España y me han gustado mucho. Espero que contin´´uen publicando el resto de libros de la serie, pero por lo que veo la editorial no tiene prisa. Saludos

    1. Gracias por tu comentario Pilar. Ciertamente es una pena que la editorial no haya continuado publicando esta serie, quizá no ha tenido el éxito que esperaban o están pasando por dificultades económicas; lo que no es de extrañar en estos tiempos que corren. Esperemos que alguna editorial se decida a publicarlos porque creo que merecen mucho la pena. Liza además vive parte del año en España y sus observaciones sobre España en este libro creo que son acertadas, mal que nos pese.

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