We’re delighted to share Mary Hirsch’s review of “Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking, and Drying Wood the Scandinavian Way” by Lars Mytting.
Derek B. Miller’s crime novel duo “Norwegian by Night” and “American by Day” come highly recommended by our resident Nordic noir expert, Jerry Holt.
In this issue’s Crime Corner, Jerry Holt offers four gripping recommendations for Nordic Noir page turners for your reading list.
Nancy Marie Brown’s new book tells the story of Gudrid the Far Traveler, a Viking woman who sailed across the ocean to Vinland in the Icelandic Sagas.
Kingdom of the Vikings: The Rise and Fall of Norway by Simon Vincent tells the story of Norway’s ascent to power and influence in the Middle Ages.
In Norway, all residents are required to have a Helsebok (Health Booklet), an official permit and record of an individual’s use of health services.
A new book by Norwegian physician Kaveh Rashidi examines challenges medical professionals face in providing services to the public.
Christine Foster Meloni shares books from her five favorite Norwegian authors to add to your “To Read” lists for the Easter break.
In light of the typisk norsk Easter break tradition of reading crime novels, Jerry Holt shares four Norwegian Noir novels for your Easter reading.
Jerry Holt offers his review of the recent English tranlation of Norwegian mystery author Gunnar Staalesen’s Fallen Angels.