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I am not qualified to comment on that judgment, but I will say that this is a fine novel. I am not qualified to comment on that judgment, nor will I venture any dumb jokes about it, but I will say that this is a fine novel, ambitious in concept, skillful in execution and grown-up in its view of people and events. Early in the novel, we see several Norwegians fighting under terrible conditions at Leningrad in Some are killed or wounded, and the fate of others is unclear. These wartime scenes alternate with a present-day plot that shows neo-Nazis in Oslo. One is on trial for a vicious, unprovoked attack with a baseball bat on a Vietnamese restaurant owner. A detective named Harry Hole watches in disgust.
Norwegian Crime Fictions are not simple copycats of the more well-known Swedish versions; they have the atmosphere and spirits of their own. From Jo Nesbo to Karin Fossum, the country has introduced a long list of high quality writers to the world in the last 30 years. What comes next is a compilation of 10 critically acclaimed novels from Norwegian Crime Authors in which we have put together based on our reviews, peer critic fellows and our interviews with the writing community. The Snowman : One night, after the first snowfall of the year, a boy named Jonas wakes up and discovers that his mother has disappeared. Only one trace of her remains: a pink scarf, his Christmas gift to her, now worn by the snowman that inexplicably appeared in their yard earlier that day.