Laila Simon reports on Lori Erickson’s book, The Soul of the Family Tree, which took her on a genealogical journey to discover her roots.
Terje Birkedal reviews the book Vikings
at War, which focuses on Vikings as warriors who fought and learned from many peoples of the world.
Crime Corner’s Jerry Holt recommends some Nordic noir favorites with boxed sets and specialty gifts available just in time for the holidays.
This month’s Crime Corner is Halloween account about death, with a focus on Stein Riverton’s The Iron Chariot, known
as Norway’s first detective novel.
Christine Foster Meloni reviews the new
crime thriller, Death Deserved, by Jørn Lier Horst and Thomas Enger, who
collaborated for this book.
The statue of Norwegian-American Civil War abolitionist Col Heg was raised again outside of the WIsconsin capitol.
In this installment of Crime Corner, Jerry Holt features authors Anne Holt, Jørn Lier Horst, and Stuart MacBride.
Courtney Olsen reviews Norwegian cross-country skiier and adventurer Liv Arnesen’s memoir about her solo skiing expedition to the South Pole in 1994.
Ottar Løvoll, who lives in Ørstad, Norway, is a poet who teaches nynorsk to Americans through poetry in his book A Voice from Norway.
Jerry Holt explores the boundaries of non-Norwegians writing about Norway with Ruth Ware’s 2016 novel “The Woman in Cabin 10.”