We have had a fantastic spring with Camilla Läckberg‘s new book ‘The Golden Cage‘ being released and her tour across Europe, Camilla Sten‘s thrilling horror novel ‘The Lost Village‘, Heléne Holmström‘s debut on the romance scene with ‘Free Falling‘, Emelie Schepp‘s latest in the Jana Berzelius series ‘Are You Sleeping‘, Martin Österdahl‘s‘Iron Angels‘ and just before summer the second part in Anna Fredriksson‘s Every seasons trilogy ‘A Simpler Life‘ and Louise Boije af Gennäs‘ final part of the Resistance trilogy, ‘Crossfire‘.
And now as summer is here and Stockholm is in vacation mode we are taking the time to prepare for a fall filled with exciting book fairs, new books and great projects. So stay tuned!
For our summer reading we will most certainly pack these pocket edition that was published this spring as well:
In Bad Company by Viveca Sten
Prey by Louise Boije af Gennäs
Black Ice by Carin Gerhardsen
Tierra del Fuego by Pascal Engman
New Beginnings by Anna Fredriksson
Rich Boy by Caroline Ringskog Ferrada-Noli
Tough Old Girls On the Warpath by Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg
The Devil’s Sanctuary by Marie Hermanson
We hope all of you had a fantastic summer with lots of good reading!
Carina Bergfeldt is an author and a journalist and currently works as a correspondent for SVT covering the US. She also just released a short documentary on how she found out that she had a brother her family did not know about. Her talk will air on P1 (Swedish Radio and podcast) on July 9th.
This is what Carina herself says about her talk:
– My talk will travel all the way from Österäng to Ku Klux Klans yearly conference in the forests of Arkansas. I talk about what the places have in common and why I constantly seek the darkness.
Click here to read more about Carinas talk and all the other hosts this summer.
On the 4th of April, ‘The Lost Village‘ by Camilla Sten was out in bookstores here in Sweden. It has already become a huge success, sold to 15 countries and a movie deal before publishing.
The magazine Femina reviewed the book saying it is “an excellent thriller” and BTJ says it is “just brilliantly written“.
The story is set in the small mining town of Silvertjärn, where in the 1950’s the entire population of the city disappeares without a trace.
Alice’s grandmother lost her whole family in that mysterious accident and has now gathered a group of friends to film a documentary of the ghost town and find out what really happened.
They are the first in fifty years to step foot in Silvertjärn, though once they arrive they slowly realize that might not be the case…
And on April the 2nd Camilla had her release party for the book. It was a great event where we got to celebrate Camilla and her great accomplishments!
To see more pictures from that make sure to follow Camilla ( @wednesdaysten) and Nordin Agency (@nordinagency) on Instagram!