Anders Roslund on stage at Glasgow’s Book Festival – aye write: “The crime novel is the perfect tool (to explore social concerns) because it is happening now and reflects society.”
“We are completely different in every way … But when it comes to the consequences of a crime, we fully agree with each other …” Read the whole story here.
Rights for The Beast are sold to Japan. The publisher is Hayakawa.
Wednesday November 23, 18:30 – 19:30: Stockholms Stadsbibliotek, seat reservation here or call 08-508 30 900 (the event is free). Thursday November 24, 18:30 – 21:15: BOK16 Karlskrona (Konserthusteatern/Sparresalen). Seminar, signing, finger food and a chance to win a book. Tickets here or at Karlskrona Turistbyrå and BLT kundtjänst. Numbered seats.
“Crime author duo Roslund & Hellström made the audience sitting up straight in their chairs.” (Corren.se)
Monday, November 14 @ 18:30 – Bokens Dag, Linköping. Sold out. Tuesday, November 15 @ 19:00 – Höganäs författarkväll: Tickets here. Thursday, November 17 @ 13:00. Seniorakademin.
Roslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes have been shortlisted for the 2016 Swedish Academy of Crime Writers’ Award for ‘Best Swedish Crime Novel’. Read more here. Three Seconds, Roslund & Hellström’s first ‘Piet Hoffman crime novel’, was the winner of the prestigious award 2009. Read more here.
“It is always the consequences of the crimes that are most important to us. Already from the beginning we decided that it was them we wanted to immerse ourselves in.” Read the whole story here.