Three authors to scare up this påske

Christine Foster Meloni Washington, D.C. Do you have your Easter thrillers for 2017 yet? Norwegians are preparing for their annual crime reading spree that will take place during their Easter break, Maundy Thursday to Easter Monday. In case you are still searching for your thrillers, here are a few suggestions. Anne Holt Anne Holt is one of the most popular female Norwegian crime writers. She has written two series of crime novels with different protagonists, gay police detective Hanne Wilhelmsen (10 novels) and former FBI profiler Johanne Vik (five novels). She has also written five stand-alone crime novels. What is Mine is the first in her Vik series. Nine-year-old Emilie doesn’t come home from school one afternoon. Then a five-year-old boy disappears. Then another child goes missing. Children’s bodies begin to turn up around the city, but not Emilie’s. Vik is pull
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Christine Foster Meloni

Christine Foster Meloni is professor emerita at The George Washington University. She has degrees in Italian literature, linguistics, and international education. She was born in Minneapolis and currently lives in Washington, D.C. She values her Norwegian heritage.

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