Books by Saskia Vogel

Released: Jan. 21, 2020

"Top-notch microcosmic World War II history and an excellent illustration of the immense power of the written word."
Swedish journalist Åsbrink (1947: Where Now Begins, 2018, etc.) offers new information about the founder of IKEA's Nazi ties, but that is secondary to the engrossing tale of a young Jew in Sweden during World War II. Read full book review >
PERMISSION by Saskia Vogel
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 7, 2019

"An intimate study of power within two of the relationships that define us most precisely—that of lover and that of child."
Echo, a Hollywood almost-was, is aging out of her chance at stardom. Then she meets Orly and Piggy—a dominatrix and her submissive—whose tender partnership helps her redefine what it means to give and to receive. Read full book review >
ACTS OF INFIDELITY by Lena Andersson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 23, 2019

"Sharp, if relentless."
Swedish novelist Andersson (Willful Disregard, 2016) charts the course of an exhausting affair between a writer and a charmless, married actor. Read full book review >
THE POLYGLOT LOVERS by Lina Wolff
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 2, 2019

"Wolff's book is smart, funny, and sad in turns, but the point it's making—and it seems to be trying very hard to make a point—isn't always in view."
A burned manuscript occasions these tales from three distinct characters. Read full book review >
THE WHITE CITY by Karolina  Ramqvist
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 7, 2017

"Delicate and unsparing."
A new mother turns to old acquaintances for help when her future is under threat. Read full book review >
WHO COOKED ADAM SMITH'S DINNER? by Katrine Marçal
NON-FICTION
Released: June 6, 2016

"An exciting reassessment of the global economy that provocatively extends the frontiers of the feminist critique."
A Swedish political and economic writer shows why "feminism's best-kept secret is just how necessary a feminist perspective is in the search for a solution to our mainstream economic problems. Read full book review >