I love the lights, the glögg & æbleskiver and hanging out with friends and family. However, this year we might all need more good and diverse books to make up for being with fewer people. Enjoy!
Text: Susan Jessen Spiele
Fascinating debut, gritty fantasy
The Year of Witching
By Alexis Henderson
In Bethel, the Prophet's word is law and Immanuelle's very existence is blasphemy due to her mother's actions. So Immanuelle obeys the rules, however hard, until a chance encounter lets her meet the Dark Mother's followers and everything changes.
Twisty, intricate and different
By Chan Ho-Kei
A fifteen-year-old schoolgirl commits suicide in Hong Kong. Her older sister hires N, a Private investigator and hacker, to help find out why. Their search leads them through a city with a digitised population, cyberbullying, gossip and sexual harassment.
Immersive, emotional love story
What's Left of Me is Yours
By Stephanie Scott
In Japan, a husband hires a professional "breaker-upper" to seduce his wife before divorcing her. But Kaitaro falls in love with Rina. Twenty years later Rina's daughter Sumiko discovers her mother was murdered and looks into the past.
Realistic crime, great characters
By Susie Steiner
A grad student is missing, leaving behind an open door, broken glass and her coat. Detective Sergeant Manon Bradshaw is on the case, knowing full well that after 72 hours chances are she is looking for a body and maybe a murderer.
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