Rights for Three Minutes are sold to Israel. The publisher is Sela.
“It is raw, strong and genuine. Roslund & Hellström describes living in the jungle, living in Colombian million cities and the The White House in a directly and lively way. The pulse is rising … i am holding my breath and keep hoping and hoping …”
Rights for Three Minutes are sold to Poland. The publisher is Albatros.
Roslund & Hellström’s Three Minutes is reviewed in The West Australian:
“The pace quickens, mixing political skulduggery with ingenious action.”
Rights for Three Minutes are sold to Japan. The publisher is Hayakawa.
Part of Oakfield Road, in West Croydon (outside London), was cordoned off for three days while shooting scenes for Three Seconds.
Rights for Three Minutes are sold to Denmark. The publisher is Modtryk.
“Aviron Pictures has acquired U.S. and Canadian distribution rights to Three Seconds. Aviron made the pre-emptive deal ahead of the Toronto Film Festival, where the just-wrapped pic will be on offer.”
Roslund & Hellströms’s Pen 33 (The Beast/Odjuret) is reviewed by New York Journal Of Books:
“Pen 33 is the first book in the wildly popular Ewerts Grens series, available to American readers for the first time. Although later books in the series such as Three Seconds are New York Times bestsellers, American readers now have the opportunity for a formal introduction to Roslund’s and Hellström’s overweight, rude, but very gifted Swedish Detective Superintendent Ewerts Grens.”