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The official movie trailer to ‘The Informer’ (Three Seconds) released

The Informer is the movie adaptation of Roslund and Hellström’s bestselling novel Three Seconds and it is set to premiere internationally in March next year. The Informer, produced by Thunder Road Pictures (The Town, Sicario, John Wick), is directed by Andrea Di Stefano (Escobar: Paradise Lost) and written by Matt Cook (Patriots Day). The cast stars Joel Kinnaman (The Killing, Suicide …

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Litteratursiden: “The plot is simply so tightly constructed that the almost 500 pages just fly by”

“The author duo have an unprecedented insight into the criminal world … It’s an extremely successful thriller and a must-read … The mix of facts and fiction works perfectly, andthe plot is simply so tightly constructed that the almost 500 pages just fly by. / Forfatterparret har et unikt indblik i den kriminelle verden … Det er en særdeles vellykket og læseværdig thriller, og det …

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Ewert Grens a popular Detective Superintendent in Land

“Ewert is the most angry police in Swedish crime fiction, wonderfully unpleasant and brusque, with an unexpected interest. No opera for Ewert. He loves Siw Malmkvist and knows her songs by his heart. He is a typical detective who does not care for his health, works too much and hates his neighbours.” “Everything is breathtaking in these crime novels. Powerful intrigues …

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Politiken: “Breathtaking and very brutal!”

Roslund & Hellström’s Tre Minutter / Three Minutes is reviewed in Politiken: “Breathtaking and very brutal …Three Minutes is in both writing, style, plot and pace suspenseful on almost all pages … It delivers just the right cocktail of crime and true crime, which aficionados love.” Read more here.

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Nordjyske Stiftstidende: “It’s a nail-biting-inducing and suspenseful work!”

Roslund & Hellström’s Tre Minutter / Three Minutes is reviewed in Nordjyske Stiftstidende: “Swedish crime novels with their social criticism cruise at a higher gear; they’re harsher, more realistic and grimmer than what Danish crime writers can produce. This is also the case of the writer duo Roslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes, a stand-alone sequel to Three Seconds …It’s a nail-biting-inducing and …