Review: The Black Path by Åsa Larsson

Esta entrada es bilingüe, para ver la versión en castellano desplazarse hacia abajo Translated from the Swedish by Marlaine Delargy. Original title: Svart stig, 2006. MacLehose Press, 2012. 400 pages. Uncorrected Proof Copy. ISBN 978-085-705-2209. The Black Path is the third book about Rebecka Martinsson and police officers Anna-Maria Mella and Sven-Erik Stålnacke. After the … Continue reading “Review: The Black Path by Åsa Larsson”

Till offer åt Molok (The Sacrifice to Molok) by Åsa Larsson

I’m about to finish reading Åsa Larsson’s Until Thy Wrath be Past, and my review will be coming in due course. Stay tuned. Meanwhile I would like to share with you the following information: Åsa Larsson’s Till offer åt Molok (The Sacrifice to Moloch), the fifth novel in Larsson’s series of Rebecca Martinsson/Anna Maria-Mella investigations, … Continue reading “Till offer åt Molok (The Sacrifice to Molok) by Åsa Larsson”

Reseña: Sangre Derramada (The Blood Spilt) – Åsa Larsson

This post is bilingual, scroll down to find the English language version Título original: Det blod som spillts, 2004. Traducción del sueco por Mayte Giménez y Pontus Sánchez Giménez, 2010. Editorial Seix Barral, 2010. Mi edición Booket, 2011. 462 páginas. ISBN: 978-84-322-5089-7. Dieciocho meses después, Rebecka Martinsson aún no se ha recuperado del trauma sufrido … Continue reading “Reseña: Sangre Derramada (The Blood Spilt) – Åsa Larsson”

2013 International Dagger Speculation (Update)

Thanks to Karen at Euro Crime, you can check HERE the list of translated crime fiction that might be eligible for the 2013 International Dagger. I’ve read so far: Black Skies, by Arnaldur Indridason. The Black Path, by Asa Larsson. Bitter Drink, by F G Haghenbeck. Seven Days, by Deon Meyer. The Thief, by Fuminori … Continue reading “2013 International Dagger Speculation (Update)”

International Dagger Speculation (2013)

Guess it’s about time for an update. The list of next year International Dagger eligible novels can be found HERE, thanks to the dedication of Karen (Euro Crime). I’ve read thus far: Black Skies, by Arnaldur Indridason. The Black Path, by Asa Larsson A Private Venus, by Giorgio Scerbanenco (Venus Privada in Spanish)  The Thief, … Continue reading “International Dagger Speculation (2013)”