Books by Tom Geddes

Released: June 5, 2012

"Fans of Henning Mankell's majestically lumbering police procedurals will relish every twist in the long road to resolution. Less patient readers should look to Hanne's later adventures."
Politics and drugs make uneasy bedfellows in this first case for Hanne Wilhelmsen, the Oslo police inspector most recently seen on these shores in 1222 (2011). Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"A frustrating read that promises more than it delivers."
In this study of Swedish crime-writing sensation Stieg Larsson (1954-2004), journalist Pettersson, who published Larsson's first book in 2001 (not part of the Millenium Trilogy) opens with the claim that it is "not a biography in the conventional sense." Read full book review >
HASH by Torgny Lindgren
Kirkus Star
by Torgny Lindgren, translated by Tom Geddes
Released: March 8, 2004

"A brilliant comic novel, unlike anything else you've ever read."
The continuity of the life force takes charmingly eccentric form in this latest from Swedish author Lindgren (The Way of the Serpent, 1998, etc.). Read full book review >
LONG JOHN SILVER by Björn Larsson
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"Still, the genial old salt is harmless enough and capable of telling a fair and bloody old memory more often than not."
Swedish writer Larsson's first US publication, a retelling of the life of the pirate Silver, is a mild confection, perhaps sweetest for fans of Treasure Island who can rely on that classic to provide the motive to keep turning these many pages. Read full book review >