Month: May 2013

Kvinden i Buret – Jussi Adler-Olsen

Jussi Adler-Olsen er noget af en in forfatter i øjeblikket. Det virker som om han spyr krimier ud hurtigere end læserne kan nå at læse dem. På den ene side er det imponerende med så produktivt en forfatter, hvor Jussi Adler-Olsen er en blandt mange, men samtidigt får det mine fordomme- klør frem til angreb. […]


Instruments of Darkness – Imogen Robertson

“Instruments of Darkness” depicts an interesting historical time around the 1770s. Although the main plot plays out in England, there are shapshots of the American war of independence and life at sea around the world. Old noble families with old money are crumbling morally and financially in comparison to new industrial gentiles, who buy into […]


Blue Asylum – Kathy Hepinstall

Kathy Hepinstall is an author, I will keep an eye on. In “Blue Asylum” she has written an original story, but it is her language and narrative style that raises her above so many other talented authors. Hepinstall masters the fine art of writing by omission. She leaves the readers hooked by not confiding all […]