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A family saga set in three countries (Norway, Scotland, and France)

A family saga set in three countries (Norway, Scotland, and France) 28th July 2017

The Sixteen Trees of the Somme – a family saga set in three countries by Lars Mytting, translated by Paul Russell Garrett. The Sixteen Trees of the Somme is the epic story of three families. These are the Hirifjells...

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Novel set in London and Norway

Novel set in London and Norway 5th July 2017

Short Ride on a Fast Machine by Magnus McGrandle, novel set in London and Norway, If ever there was a novel with a misleading title, this is it – not so much a short ride as an lengthy journey. It...

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Noir thriller set in and around Oslo (a dramatic story…)

Noir thriller set in and around Oslo (a dramatic story…) 14th February 2017

Cursed by Thomas Enger (translated by Kari Dickson) – a noir thriller set in and around Oslo. A big thank you to Karen Sullivan of Orenda Books for asking TripFiction to kick off the Cursed blog tour… Nora Klemetsen and...

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Psychological thriller set in Norway, plus we chat to the author

Psychological thriller set in Norway, plus we chat to the author 24th October 2016

The Bird Tribunal by Agnes Ravatn (translated by Rosie Hedger) – psychological thriller set in Norway. The Bird Tribunal is a beautifully written, and beautifully translated, psychological thriller set in Norway. Brooding tension builds right from the beginning of...

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Novella set in Norway (…this is very Nordic)

Novella set in Norway (…this is very Nordic) 29th June 2016

The Looking Glass Sisters by Gøhril Gabrielsen, novella set in Norway. Translated by John Irons. If you put the Norwegian title of The Looking Glass Sisters (Svimlende muligheter, ingen frykt) into Google translate it comes out as Dizzying Possibilities,...

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