There’s creepy and than there’s Scandinavian creepy and The Crow Girl by Erik Axl Sund—the writing team of Jerker Erikksson and Håkan Axlander Sundquist—lives up to its expectations The Crow Girl is being published in the U.S. by Alfred A. Knopf, the American publisher of Stieg Larsson, Jo Nesbø, Henning Mankell and David Lagercrantz…. Read more »
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Episode 7: Jo Nesbø
Norway’s best-selling crime fiction writer talks politics, revenge and what makes Sonny —and Harry Hole — tick. I spoke to Jo Nesbø by phone on Tuesday May 13, 2014 — the U.S. publication day of his most recent crime novel, The Son — from the New York City office of Knopf, his U.S. publisher. It… Read more »
SoM’s Two Interviews this Week
Jo Nesbø talked about politics, The Son and the fate of Harry Hole. Don Passman got “tricky” when he discussed his first mystery, The Amazing Harvey, which features a young magician as a protagonist.
Episode 5: Interviews with April Smith and Stephen Jay Schwartz
SoM’s third installment recorded at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Welcome back! Les and I do our best to make sure our podcasts are published at the beginning of each week, but last week he and I were otherwise engaged in New York City at the Edgar Award’s banquet. I talk about it… Read more »
Jo Nesbø Coming to SoM!
The Norwegian Mystery Phenom Is Scheduled for an Interview. He’s one of the world’s best-selling authors. In a past interview I did with Jo for the Los Angeles Review of Books, I noted the following, “One statistic I’ve heard is that a Jo Nesbø book in one of at least 40 languages is sold somewhere… Read more »