Category Archives: Thomas Enger

Can there be four winners?

As someone who was loudly sceptical of the recent trend in children’s sport to not have winners and losers (just competitors) I am about to be something of a hypocrite but at least I recognise the fact. At next week’s … Continue reading

Posted in Arnaldur Indriðason, Leif G.W. Persson, Liza Marklund, random thoughts, Thomas Enger | 8 Comments

Review: PIERCED by Thomas Enger

Taking place soon after the end of BURNED this second novel from Norwegian journalist Thomas Enger is a welcome addition to the series; managing to continue the good traits noticeable in the first book while controlling the wildness of plot that … Continue reading

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Books of the Month – August 2011

August wasn’t a good month for my reading, at least numerically. I only finished 8 books for the month and I normally make it well into double digits 😦 Generally reading is my ‘go-to’ form of relaxation but for the … Continue reading

Posted in books of the month, Camilla Lackberg, Geoffrey McGeachin (Aus), Kel Robertson (Aus), list, Simon Beckett, Stan Jones, Thomas Enger | 8 Comments

Review: Burned by Thomas Enger

On his first day back at work after nearly 2 years’ absence Henning Juul, a reporter for an online news outlet, is immediately thrown into a major investigation. A young female film student has been found (by the ubiquitous dog … Continue reading

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