»We need literature in translation: it’s a great boon to our various cultures, as the sensuous, beguiling tapestry of A Treacherous Paradise makes abundantly clear.«
In Henning Mankell’s novel A Treacherous Paradise, a Swedish brothel keeper and her prostitutes confront racism and sexism in Portuguese East Africa. A review by William Boyd at The New York Times.
- The Homecoming by Carsten Stroud
Red Sparrow by Jason Matthews
City of Blood by M.D. Villiers
A Treacherous Paradise by Henning Mankell
Canadian southern fried gothic, and other crime fiction worth a read: Margaret Cannon about new novels by Carsten Stroud, Jason Matthews, M.D. Villiers & Henning Mankell – at the Globe and Mail.