Stolen Baboon by Anna Karolina Larsson to Five Mile Press, AU

Five Mile Press, Kay Scarlett has acquired ANZ rights to Stolen Baboon by Anna Karolina.

This suspenseful, literary, and above all completely new crime novel was published in September and has been described as “one of the most interesting debuts in the genre this year”.

Author Stig Larsson praised Anna Karolina in Aftonbladet last month:
Well, it would take a lot before I consider voting Feministic Initiative. But that is exactly what happens as I read Anna Karolina’s ”Stöld av babian”.
But you have my word that this is not only good. This is a breakthrough that can only be compared to Jens Lapidus’ ”Snabba cash”.
What Anna Karolina adds is the police work. Next to Leif GW Persson I have never encountered such a solid depiction of the police procedural. And the most essential of all. The level of suspense. It’s almost grueling. I ditch meetings, I forget to shower, I read the book while I eat my lunch.

Enough said. Buy the book! Read it! Enjoy. 


Carina Bergfeldt nominated for the Red Cross Journalism Award

Nordin Agency is proud to announce that, yesterday, author and journalist Carina Bergfeldt, together with photographer Andreas Bardell, was nominated for the Red Cross Journalism Award for their article series Kriserna vi glömde (The Crises we Forgot).

I am so damned proud of our newspaper, says nominee Carina Bergfeldt in an interview with Aftonbladet. She then goes on to say how much she enjoys this particular award and how happy she is to have been nominated.

Carina Bergfeldt is the recipient of the Swedish Grand Journalism Award for “Storyteller of the Year” (2012) and for “Best Writing Style” (2013). Her article series A Week With Death was read by 2.2 million Swedes and is the newspapers most successful to date. She is living proof that journalism can be both engaging and well written.


Carin Gerhardsen won the Grand Audiobook Prize!

TJOCKARE ÄN VATTEN (THICKER THAN WATER) by Carin Gerhardsen won the Grand Audiobook Prize as the “Best Crime” yesterday. Jury’s motivation is:

“Carin Gerhardsen applies the novel structure to the detective genre and manages to captivate the listener right from the beginning. Stefan Sauk’s reading is both passionate and nuanced, with a nerve that lingers throughout the book”

Congratulations, Carin!!

tjockare än vatten Carin