- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 200 x 130 x 35 mm
- 320 g
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"[A] rich adventure, the kind of long, lush, thoughtful page-turner many of us crave but rarely get our hands on" -- Beverly Lowry New York Times "The best novel I've read this year" -- Rose Tremain Independent "A powerful, atavistic book...full of threat and mystery. Wonderful strong stuff" Lisa Cody
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Kerstin Ekman is one of Sweden's most prominent novelists. She was born in 1933 in Risinge, a small village in the middle of Sweden. She has written seventeen novels which have been widely published in other Scandinavian languages, German, Finnish, Dutch and French, and have won numerous prizes and awards. She became a member of the Swedish Academy of Arts and Letters in 1978, but resigned in 1989 when the Academy did not make a statement that she could approve of about the Rushdie case. She lives in Valsjobyn, a small village in the north of Sweden. Blackwater has been awarded the Swedish Crime Academy's Award for the best crime novel, the August Prize, and the Nordic Council's Literary Prize.