Tag Archives: norway

WHAT IS MINE – Anne Holt

“She was walking home from school.  It was nearly National Day.  It would be the first 17th of May without Mommy.  Her national costume was too short.  Mommy had already let the hem down twice….  ‘Selbu? That’s your name, isn’t … Continue reading

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FROM THE GUARDIAN UK

My daughter sent me the following article from The Guardian/The Observer that was published on November 19, 2011.  The author, Andrew Anthony, examines how Norway as a nation and its crime writers in particular are going to deal with fictional … Continue reading

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THE REDBREAST – Jo Nesbo

Shakespeare wrote in THE TEMPEST, “What’s past is prologue.”  Sometimes the events a country most wants to forget return to endanger those who survived its first incarnation.  Lessons aren’t learned and a new generation picks up the mantle that had … Continue reading

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