Ayo Onatade is an avid reader of crime and mystery fiction. She has been writing reviews, interviews and articles on the subject for the last 12 years; with an eclectic taste from historical to hardboiled, short stories and noir films
With Scandinavian crime fiction showing no signs of abating and with readers showing no sign of giving up on the various ways in which they are able to assuage their thirst for this popular genre; Nordic Noir comes at a perfect time. This pocket essential is perfect for not only dipping in and giving you a really good understanding to all things Scandinavian in its different forms but it is the ideal mini encyclopedia as well.
Barry Forshaw with his considerable knowledge of all things Scandinavian has written an ideal book. Nordic Noir explains exactly why Scandinavian crime fiction has been so successful. Covering the beginning of the “Scandinavian Wave” and including the various different authors along the way and not forgetting new names to look out for one can’t find any fault with this excellent book.
Whether you are a longstanding fan of Scandinavian crime fiction in all its variations or someone just embarking on their first Scandinavian crime novel then Nordic Noir will stand you in good stead. Nordic Noir is also a perfect complement canon to his earlier book Death in a Cold Climate. This is a book that is essential not only for lovers of Scandinavian crime fiction but also for anyone who appreciates and wants to expand their knowledge of the genre. You don’t have to enjoy Nordic Noir to revel in this book. You just have to pick it up! Another great book from the talented Mr. Forshaw!
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