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Ever since Stieg Larsson erupted on to the literary scene there have been any number of Scandinavian authors being translated into English, hoping, I think, to cash in on the “Scandinavian best seller craze”. 1222 by Anne Holt is one of the better ones I’ve tried. She manages to out Christie Agatha. I’ll have to look for others by Holt as I quite enjoyed the central character of Hanne Wilhelmsen.

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Mark H. Nichols

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