Memoirs of a Child (Mårbacka II)

A quirky miniature delight, full of insight, wisdom and humour. With conscious artistry, Nobel laureate Selma Lagerlöf lifts the lid on a rural childhood that propelled her into a glorious lifetime of creative writing.

In this second part of her notionally autobiographical trilogy, Selma Lagerlöf broadens the perspective from the farm where she grew up to include the people and places around Lake Fryken in her beloved Värmland county. The personal creation myth which she began in Mårbacka continues here with a focus on the self-discipline and imagination needed to fulfil a childhood ambition to become an author. It is hard work that sometimes means taking a stand against convention but also a deeply enriching process in a home steeped in storytelling and books. The mature author reveals the roots of the young bibliophile’s growing skill in deploying fiction to manipulate and embellish reality, producing a wryly charming, tongue-in-cheek account that we should beware of taking at face value.

The Axe Woman

Two cousins and rivals, two farms, and a woman who could be a murderess or an exploited victim. A traumatised DI Barbarotti is forced to fly to the mountains of Norrland in pursuit of the truth.

A fifth outing for Inspector Barbarotti of the Kymlinge police. Returning to his desk too soon after personal trauma, the sleepless detective is faced with taking another look at two old cases, a murder and a disappearance. How safe was the conviction, and where has the man on the moped vanished to? Is the woman the press called the Axe Woman a dangerous convict, an exploited victim, or more complicated than both those stereotypes imply? A brain-fogged Barbarotti ends up travelling to the magnificent fells of the Swedish north to secure a vital interview, and nothing is ultimately quite what it seemed.

Dr. B.

The former director of the Museum of Modern Art in Stockholm makes his literary debut with this dramatic and riveting novel of book publishing, émigrés, spies, and diplomats in World War II Sweden, based on his grandfather’s life.

In 1933, after Hitler and the Nazi Party consolidated power in Germany, Immanuel Birnbaum, a German Jewish journalist based in Warsaw, is forbidden from writing for newspapers in his homeland. Six years later, just months before the German invasion of Poland that ignites World War II, Immanuel escapes to Sweden with his wife and two young sons. A fascinating portrayal of the astonishing connections and often mysterious players illuminated by his grandfather’s remarkable wartime life.

Sweet Revenge

Two gripping novellas from bestselling author Camilla Läckberg

Two gripping novellas from the No.1 international bestselling author

Women Without Mercy

Ingrid gave up her career to support her husband. Now he’s having an affair.
Birgitta is avoiding the doctor. No one can see the bruises her husband leaves.
Victoria left Russia to marry a man she met online. But he is nothing like she imagined.
Maybe the only way out is to commit three perfect murders…

Truth or Dare

Best friends Liv, Martina, Max and Anton are spending New Year’s Eve together.
But each of them is keeping a terrible secret.
When a game of truth or dare takes a dark turn, the shocking truth emerges.
Not everyone will live to see the chime of midnight…

A System So Magnificent It Is Blinding

Are we free to create our own destinies or are we just part of a system beyond our control? A joyful family saga about free will, forgiveness, and how we are all interconnected.

Winner of the 2019 Per Olov Enquist Literary Prize
Winner of the 2019 Svenska Dagbladet Literature Prize
Shortlisted for the 2020 Tidningen Vi Literature Prize 

In October 1989, a set of triplets is born, and it is this moment their father chooses to reveal his affair. Pandemonium ensues.

Over two decades later, Sebastian is recruited to join a mysterious organisation, the London Institute of Cognitive Science, where he meets Laura Kadinsky, a patient whose inability to see the world in three dimensions is not the only thing about her that intrigues him. Meanwhile, Clara has travelled to Easter Island to join a doomsday cult, and the third triplet, Matilda, is in Sweden, trying to escape from the colour blue.

Then something happens that forces the triplets to reunite. Their mother calls with worrying news: their father has gone missing and she has something to tell them, a twenty-five-year secret that will change all their lives …

You Are Next

Sam Berger’s life has been turned upside down. He is suspected of a murder and his partner, Secret Service agent, Molly Blom, is in a coma.

A detective under arrest. A killer running freeA dark and gripping thriller set in the Stockholm Archipelago, from an international bestseller and Scandicrime star.

Detective Inspector Sam Berger’s life has been turned upside down. He is suspected of a murder and his partner, Secret Service agent, Molly Blom, is in a coma.

Meanwhile, a terrorist attempt is threatening Stockholm and a wanted murderer is on the loose. Berger escapes to the Stockholm Archipelago while he waits for orders from the Swedish Security Service’s chief executive.

But is he the solution or is he part of the problem?


Swedish Instagram sensation Martin Nordin returns with a new cookbook, this time exploring that most versatile of ingredients – the mushroom.

Swedish Instagram sensation Martin Nordin returns with a new cookbook, this time exploring that most versatile of ingredients – the mushroom.

The Resting Place

Crimson Peak meets The Sanatorium in The Resting Place, a heart-thumping, unforgettable novel of horror and suspense by international sensation Camilla Sten.

Eleanor lives with prosopagnosia, the inability to recognize a familiar person’s face. It causes stress. Acute anxiety.

It can make you question what you think you know.

When Eleanor walked in on the scene of her capriciously cruel grandmother, Vivianne’s, murder, she came face to face with the killer—a maddening expression that means nothing to someone like her. With each passing day, the horror of having come so close to a murderer—and not knowing if they’d be back—overtakes both her dreams and her waking moments, thwarting her perception of reality.

Then a lawyer calls. Vivianne has left her a house—a looming estate tucked away in the Swedish woods. The place her grandfather died, suddenly. A place that has housed a chilling past for over fifty years.

Eleanor. Her steadfast boyfriend, Sebastian. Her reckless aunt, Veronika. The lawyer. All will go to this house of secrets, looking for answers. But as they get closer to uncovering the truth, they’ll wish they had never come to disturb what rests there.

Dark Music

The first instalment in a new series inspired by Sherlock Holmes: a murder investigation brings together two unlikely allies in a race to uncover a shadowy international conspiracy.


Detective Mina Dabiri teams up with celebrity mentalist Vincent Walder to stop a serial killer who will stop at nothing to get the duo’s attention.