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About writing a dog mystery and finding the secret behind happiness ‹CrimeReads

My writing career began with seventeen stand-alone crime stories, including Oblivion, That’s the way it is, A perfect crime, Turn off the light, Heavy rainand Nerve damage. You’ve probably already guessed that these are not cozy, in fact, they’ve moved to the dark end of the spectrum. Correct! Bad things happen to the good and …

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Katie Crouch on Expatriates, Embassy Circles and the Mysterious Life of the “Subsequent Spouse” ‹CrimeReads

One of the last years in the spotlight has been the ability to travel almost through the books we read. So what a joy it was to travel from the comfort of my own couch to the world of diplomats (and their local staff) in Embassy wife by Katie Crouch. I became obsessed with Katie’s …

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Sweden’s criminal authors and the case of the unregistered, prepaid mobile phone ‹CrimeReads

Sweden has a proud tradition as an export country. American homes are not only decorated with furniture from IKEA – their bookshelves burst with suspense novels from a sick country on the other side of the Atlantic with a disproportionate number of criminal authors per. Inhabitant. Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö paved the way for …

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