Scandinavian Crime | LJ Reviews

Bjørk pens a breath of fresh air, Blaedel excels at portraying the darkest side of Denmark, a twisty tale of political intrigue from Holt, Ould weaves family loyalties, human nature, and old secrets into a compelling work

Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind | The Reader’s Shelf, January 2015

Playing a part in fiction, weather is an element that can infuse a novel with an icy punch, a damp slap, or a languid shimmer—as the following six novels ably prove.

Winter’s Tale: Warm Up with These Reads | The Reader’s Shelf

Winter reads depicting the beauty and relentless nature of ice, wind, and snow.