Category Archives: Anne Holt

Read, not reviewed

Due too a string of family and personal crises I’ve not read a lot over the past few months and I’ve reviewed even less. But from a collection of scribbled on post-it notes, e-jottings and random wisps of memory I’m … Continue reading

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Review: 1222 by Anne Holt

My fifth book for the 2011 Nordic Reading Challenge is my first stop in Norway. The book takes its title from the height above sea level (in metres) at which events unfold. During the worst snowstorm in Norwegian history a … Continue reading

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Review: What is Mine by Anne Holt

Title: What is Mine (a.k.a Punishment) Author: Anne Holt Publisher: Grand Central Publishing [originally published 2001, this translation 2006] ISBN: 978-0-446-57802-8 In present day Norway a nine-year-old girl has disappeared, presumed kidnapped, then a younger boy disappears and his body … Continue reading

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