Breakfast Talk with Yuri Herrera

Breakfast Talk with Yuri Herrera

STOCKHOLM | Friday 12th May at 10:00

Meet Mexican author Yuri Herrera, author of the critically acclaimed Signs Preceding the End of the World, The Transmigration of Bodies and the just released Kingdom Cons.

Advance tickets 60:- (includes coffee/tea and a light breakfast) are available at the Stockholm bookshop or online at Billetto www.billetto.se/195035

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Book signing with Robin Hobb

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Book Signing Robin Hobb

UPPSALA | Tuesday 9th May at 12:30

ROBIN HOBB signs her new book Assassin’s Fate, the concluding third part in the Fitz and the Fool trilogy, in the Uppsala shop on Tuesday 9th May at 12:30.

PRE-BOOK your copy of Assassin’s Fate to make sure you get a copy at the signing. 

PRE-ORDER a personalized signed copy if you can’t make it to the signing in person. (Or if you want to pick it up at the Stockholm shop.)

Limited number of copies in this delivery, so do get your pre-booking/order in right away!

Nordic Noir Talks: Meet Jens Lapidus

Meet Jens Lapidus – Nordic Noir Talks

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 27th April at 18:30

The Stockholm Noir trilogy has already become a phenomenon in Sweden and abroad. His own professional experience as a criminal defense lawyer has given him unusual insights into a world that most people would rather not acknowledge.

Critics have tagged him ”a Swedish James Ellroy”, a truth-telling author who writes about life on the streets and depicts the underbelly of Swedish society.

Just released in English: Stockholm Delete.

Meet Jens on Thursday 27th April at 18:30 in the Stockholm shop on Södermannagatan 22.

Advance tickets (60:- incl. refreshments) are available online at www.billetto.se/nordic-noir-lapidus or at the Stockholm bookshop

Read all about the Nordic Noir Talk series at www.bookshop.se/nordicnoir
Next up in the series is Viveca Sten on May 30th.

Talk: Dropping into History - WWII

Dropping into History

UPPSALA | Thursday 27th April at 19:00

Two young men (one from Britain, one from Poland) were parachuted into German occupied Europe during the 2nd World War. Both became heroes in their own right and wrote books about their experiences.

Join us in the bookhshop and listen to their sons Paul Kessel and Janusz Zabielski recall their fathers’ unique contributions to the fight against Nazism and talk about the books ­Surgeon at Arms and First to Return.

Tickets 60 kr – get your ticket today at the bookshop.

Join the Crime Reading Group

Join the Crime Reading Group

UPPSALA

Reader of mystery novels?
Lover of crimes?

Join the Crime Reading Group in Uppsala! We meet once a month to discuss a mystery novel, either a more hard-boiled, noir kind of book (Tough Crime), or a more classic crime (British Crime). Leading the discussions is author James van Loon.

On Monday 24 April we’re dissecting Sunset City by Melissa Ginsburg and on Monday 22 May we discuss what’s making A High Mortality of Doves by Kate Ellis fly. (The novel that is, the doves aren’t flying anywhere...)

Sign up at the bookshop.

Books of the Month – April 2017

Mark Thompson – DustJulia Chapman – Date with DeathMelissa Ginsburg – Sunset CityVic James – Gilded CageBrenda Cooper – Edge of DarkLaura Bickle – Nine of StarsBecky Albertalli – Simon vs The Homo Sapiens AgendaIris Murdoch – A Severed HeadHope Jahren – Lab GirlAnnie Proulx – Close Range: Brokeback Mountain and Other Stories

Plenty of interesting titles in our picks for April!

General Fiction: Mark Thompson – Dust

Classic: Iris Murdoch – A Severed Head

British Crime: Julia Chapman – Date with Death

Tough Crime: Melissa Ginsburg – Sunset City

Fantasy: Vic James – Gilded Cage

Science Fiction: Brenda Cooper – Edge of Dark

Paranormal/Urban Fantasy: Laura Bickle – Nine of Stars

Teen reading: Becky Albertalli – Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda

Non-Fiction: Hope Jahren – Lab Girl

Short Story Collection: Annie Proulx – Close Range: Brokeback Mountain and Other Stories

Click Read more to... eh, read more in the title presentations.

Nordic Noir Talks: Meet Carin Gerhardsen

Meet Carin Gerhardsen

STOCKHOLM | Thursday 6th April at 18:30

Meet Carin Gerhardsen on Thursday – if you dare…

Meet Carin Gerhardsen on Thursday 6th April in our Stockholm shop. We say ’if you dare’ only because she’s literally been killing off people in southern Stockholm for years in her Hammarby novels (to be fair she’s been solving the crimes as well with a little help from Detective Inspector Conny Sjöberg and his murder investigation team at the Hammarby police).

Meet Carin at our first Nordic Noir Talk on Thursday 6th April at 18:30 at the Stockholm shop on Södermannagatan 22.

Advance tickets (60:- incl. refreshments) are available online at www.billetto.se/nordic-noir-gerhardsen or at the Stockholm bookshop

Read all about the Nordic Noir Talk series at www.bookshop.se/nordicnoir
Next up in the series is Jens Lapidus on April 27th.

Release Party for Two Thirds North 2017

Release party Two Thirds North 2017

STOCKHOLM | Wednesday 5th April at 19:00

Literature! Music! Snacks and refreshments! 

It must be the release party for TWO THIRDS NORTH, Stockholm University's journal of international literature! 

Breakfast Talk with Maggie Gee

Breakfast Talk with Maggie Gee

STOCKHOLM | Saturday 1st April at 10:00

Breakfast Talk: Craft and Book Discussion with Maggie Gee

Maggie Gee, a multiple award-winning British novelist, wants to talk to you about literature! Join us in the Stockholm shop for a breakfast talk.

Maggie has written eleven books and was the first female chair of the Royal Society of Literature. A long-time creative writing teacher, Maggie is currently working with Stockholm University’s creative writing students. 

In this talk Maggie will be reading from some of her more recent work and answering all your best writerly and readerly questions.

Advance tickets 60:- (includes coffee/tea and a light breakfast) available at the Stockholm bookshop or online at www.billetto.se/breakfast-maggie-gee

Nordic Noir Talks in Stockholm


Nordic Noir Talks Stockholm

STOCKHOLM | Starting April 6th

We are extremely proud to announce NORDIC NOIR TALKS in our Stockholm shop – a series of talks on Nordic Noir and Scandinavian Mystery with some of the most well-known Swedish crime writers.

First out is Carin Gerhardsen on April 6th, followed by Jens Lapidus on April 27th.

Advance tickets available at the Stockholm bookshop or online at billetto.se

» Read more about the entire series and all the authors at www.bookshop.se/nordicnoir

New Titles – 31 January 2019

Bridget Collins
The Binding
Hardback
James Marlon
Black Leopard, Red Wolf
Trade Paperback
Jin Yong
A Bond Undone
Trade Paperback

Legends of the Condor Heroes Vol. 2

Jane Harper
The Lost Man
Trade Paperback
Mick Finlay
The Murder Pit
Paperback

(An Arrowood Mystery 2)

Elly Griffiths
The Stone Circle
Trade Paperback

(Ruth Galloway #11)

Peter May
The Man With No Face
Trade Paperback
Miriam Darlington
Owl Sense
Paperback
David Weber
Through Fiery Trials
Hardback

(Safehold #10)

Dav Pilkey
Brawl of the Wild
Hardback

(Dog Man #6)

Malala Yousafzai
We Are Displaced
Trade Paperback

My Journey and Stories from Refugee Girls Around the World

S. A. Chakraborty
The Kingdom of Copper
Trade paperback

(Daevabad Trilogy #2)

Tips for Christmas

Michelle Obama
Becoming
Hardback
Tana French
The Wych Elm
Trade paperback
Bob Woodward
Fear: Trump in the White House
Hardback
George R.R. Martin
Fire and Blood
Hardback
Tessa Hadley
The Past
Paperback
John Shirley
Eclipse (A Song Called Youth #1)
Paperback
Rebecca West
The Return of the Soldier
Paperback
Todd Lockwood
The Summer Dragon (Evertide #1)
Paperback
Lisa McInerney
The Blood Miracles
Hardback

New Titles – 28 November 2018

Joyce Carol Oates
Hazards of Time Travel
Hardback
Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass Collector's Edition (#1)
Hardback
Matthew Reinhart
Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts
Hardback
Christa Faust
Killing Joke, The (Batman)
Trade Paperback

Gary Phillips (DC Comics Novels)

James Lovegrove
Firefly - Big Damn Hero
Hardback

Nancy Holder

Carolyn Wells
Murder in the Bookshop (Detective Club)
Hardback
Sujatha Gidla
Ants Among Elephants: An Untouchable Family and the Making of Modern India
Paperback
Peter Frankopan
The New Silk Roads: The Present and Future of the World
Hardback
Kirsty Stonell Walker
Pre-Raphaelite Girl Gang: Fifty Makers, Shakers and Heartbreakers from the Victorian Era
Hardback
Oscar Wilde
In Praise of Disobedience: The Soul of Man Under Socialism and Other Writings
hardback
A Treasury of Best-loved Fairy Tales (Leatherbound Classics)
Hardback

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