Here’s our Eurocrime picks for Spring
Jussi Adler-Olsen Buried Danish cold case from the 10 million selling author
Samuel Bjork – I’m travelling alone. Norwegian bestselling crime thriller due later this year.
Cecilia Börjlind – The Spring Tide A small boy watches as a woman on a beach is buried alive
Andrea Camilleri – Game of Mirrors. Italy’s finest. New Inspector Montalbano due May
Pekka Hiltunen – Black Noise Second in award winning Finnish series set in London
Mari Jungstedt – The Dangerous Game No 8 in the Swedish bestselling Anders Knutas series features the world of modelling.
Hans Olav Lahlum – Satellite People Second in the international crime series by this Norwegian author. A wealthy man collapses and dies at a dinner party – which guest had a motive?
Pierre LeMaitre –Camille Final volume in the Camille Verhoeven trilogy. French instead of Scandanavian for a change, due May. Read the first two now J
Karim Miske Arab Jazz – Ritualistic murder in the melting pot of multicultural suburban Paris. France again
Hakan Nesser –The Living and the Dead in Winsford. Atmospheric thriller set in Exmoor by the Swedish maestro.
Yrsa Sigurardottir –The silence of the sea A luxury yacht arrives in Reykjavik harbour with nobody on board. What happened? Chilling Icelandic tale.
Dominique Sylvain – Dirty War: A Lola and Ingrid Investigation, amateur sleuths in Paris.
Carl-Johan Vallgren – The Boy in the Shadows A little boy vanished. A troubled man on the hunt for the truth. Swedish again.
See the Eurocrime website for a list of other new releases