We are pleased to annouce that the Chinese rights to Sigge Eklund’s sensational psychological thriller Into The Labyrinth were recently sold to Crown Publishing in Taiwan.
With “Zack” Mons Kalllentoft and his co-writer Markus Lutteman have put a modern spin on the Greek myth of Hercules – probably one of the most dynamic and thrilling stories in history. They are relocating it to Stockholm 2014 and hope to create an immortal hero. Zack is a different type of hero – multi–faceted with a turbulent background, many difficult childhood traumas that have come back to haunt him. He is just a young adult, but with an incredible energy as a police officer. When he was five years-old his mother – also a police officer – was murdered, but the perpetrator was never found. He has sworn to find his mother’s killer. The authors are using a classic fairytale from many centuries ago that is both captivating and dramatic. Each book centers around a specific case that is part of a grand, truly epic story.
Zack is number 1 on the largest Internet store Adlibris in Sweden after the second day on the market. The book rights are already sold to nine countries.
NEW! Deckarhuset – Swedish website for crime and thrillers reads ZACK and they say that the book gave them “Stieg Larsson vibes”!
Svb Top list, June 2014
2. Viveca Sten “I maktens skugga”
5. Carin Gerhardsen ”Tjockare än vatten”
7. Ann Rosman ”Havskatten”
1. Thomas Engström ”Väster om friheten”
2. Viveca Sten ”I maktens skugga”
6. Carin Gerhardsen ”Tjockare än vatten”
1. Viveca Sten ”I maktens skugga”
1. Viveca Sten ”I maktens skugga”
2. Carin Gerhardsen ”Tjockare än vatten” (Publit)
4. Carin Gerhardsen ”Tjockare än vatten” (Publit)
Top List in June by Swedish Booksellers is full of Nordin Agencys’ authors.
Number 1 for Viveca Sten on the Pocket & E-book and Thomas Engström on the audio book list. Viveca is also number 2 on the hardcover and on the audio book list. In addition to Viveca and Thomas, Carin Gerhardsen is on on number 2 and 4 on the E-book list. Ann Rosman on number 7 on the hardcover list. Carin is also on number 6 on the audio book list.
The Boys is an account of the coming of age years like no other. It combines the painfully everyday with the beautifully magical and tells a dark intense tale of love, death and sisterhood.
The Boys (Pojkarna) was awarded The August Prize in 2011 for best young adult fiction.
The boy kingdom is introduced with the acuteness and assertiveness of the girlhood eye. A coming-of-age novel that endeavours to dissolve the borders of language, maturing and reality. About the body as a battlefield and masculinity as a drug.
The novel was nominated for the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize 2013, a play based on novel is touring in Sweden and a movie is in the making.
Found in Translation, a new prize for translated children’s fiction, to find fresh, unique and fantastic stories for children and to make those accessible to all editors and publishers interested in the best books for children. A professional literary translation samples of the winning titles will be included in the FOUND IN TRANSLATION anthology.
The winners will be announced at the Bologna Book Fair 2015.
Unni Lindell is one of the very best selling authors in Norway, always at the top of the bestseller charts with her books.
Her crime series has been translated into more than 15 languages and adapted to a popular TV-series.
The Sugar Death is the second book in the successful series about Inspector Cato Isaksen and Marian Dahle at the Oslo Police. The far from frictionless relationship between Cato Isaksen and his younger colleague Marian Dahle is depicted with psychologically convincing detail and the plot is as ingenious as rich and suspenseful.
The winner will be announced on July 10th at a ceremony in Rome.
Journalist and crime author Carina Bergfeldt is proud to contribute her text on the Utøya massacre to Natur & Kultur’s anthology Rasismen i Sverige – Nyckeltexter 2010-2014 (Rasism in Sweden – Key Texts from 2010-2014). Editors Devrim Mavi and Lawen Mohtadi have collected the most important texts the have been written during the 2010th Century. Texts about the present, Sweden, Reva, Utøya, racial stereotypes, a nationalistic party making inroads in Swedish parliament, illegal registration of Romanies, and much much more. The book will be out in the middle of august with some new texts and the most important texts that started the debate. Don’t miss this vital collection, a must read for everybody.
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