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  • Title: Nærmeste Pårørende
  • Author: Elsebeth Egholm
  • ISBN: 9788702049480
  • Page: 486
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  • Elsebeth Egholm

    Bestselling Danish novelist Elsebeth Egholm began her career behind the keyboards of a piano She was a student of music as a performer at The Royal Academy of Music and at the Department of Musicology at the University of Aarhus, before she changed instrument and enrolled at the Danish School of Journalism, also based in her hometown of Aarhus She spent a few years working for a daily newspaper, but by 1992 she was living with future husband, the late British author Philip Nicholson, in the Maltese island of Gozo, working as a freelance writer Eventually she began making a name for herself as the author of a string of well crafted short stories published in women s magazines in both Denmark and the other Nordic countries Her first novel had three long time friends mourning the death of a fourth and facing a mysterious stranger The Free Women s Club was published in 1999 to unanimous acclaim In Scirocco 2000 and Opium 2001 she moved into the darker corners of family and marriage, and combined a fullgrown plot with an engaging dose of international suspense Then, in 2002, she introduced full time journalist and part time sleuth Dicte Svendsen in Hidden Errors , a novel about a dead baby found in a creek in the middle of big city Aarhus By the second and third book in the series, Own Risk 2004 and Personal Damage 2005 , both author and heroine were well known and highly treasured in her homeland Next of Kin was published in 2006, dramatically outselling the previous novels, and Elsebeth Egholm found herself published, or about to be published, in Germany, Holland, Sweden and Norway Afterwards, in 2008, the novel Life and Limb reached the bookshelves followed by Against All Odds i 2009 Three Dog Night was published i 2011.Currently Elsebeth Egholm divides her time between living in Aarhus, as does Dicte Svendsen, and on the Maltese island of Gozo.


  • Next of Kin opens with Danish journalist, Dicte Svendsen, returning to the offices of the newspaper in Aarhus with live-in boyfriend photographer Bo, after a story of bomb threat proves a false alarm. There an envelope awaits her, containing a CD of a figure dressed in robes, severing the head of a man with a sabre-like sword. Sensing a scoop her editor pushes her to write an article for the following day’s edition along the lines of “terrorism arrives in Denmark”.The CD is handed to Aarhu [...]

  • Une betise, je l'ai arrête a la page 140Πληκτική βλακεία κι η αρχή μου'χε φανεί καλή. Το παράτησα κάπου στην σελίδα 140

  • This is another "Nordisk-krimi" book written by a female Danish writer named Elsebeth Egholm. Apparently, this genre is indeed the new trend after the success of the late Stieg Larsson.Believe me, I had never heard of her before two weeks ago and if it wasn't because of the librarian's suggestion, I would never notice this book. She convinced me that it was good and that she was quite famous in the Danish literary world. I'd say I would give it a try.My overall judgement? It's not bad. The subje [...]

  • I really enjoyed this book! I have a thing for Scandinavian crime novels and with it's journalistic focus and complex issues, any fans of Steig Larsson's Millenium trilogy will enjoy this brilliant novel. It's the first of Egholm's to be published in Australia, and I hope it is successful (for Pier 9's sake most of all) to bring more of this fine author's books down under. Our protagonist is Dicte Svendsen, seasoned journalist and mother of Rose. Set in Denmark post 9/11 and the London bombings, [...]

  • Naar aanleiding van verhalen van de Deense schrijfster Elsebeth Egholm is er een DVD- serie verschenen met de titel “Those who kill”. Deze serie was spannend en ik wilde wel een boek van deze schrijfster lezen.Dicte Svendsen is een journaliste bij de krant in Århus, de tweede stad van Denemarken. Zij ontvangt per post een film, anoniem verzonden en aan haar geadresseerd. De film laat een onthoofding zien. De daders, gehuld in oosters aandoende kledij, eisen dat de doodstraf terug wordt inge [...]

  • Nærmeste Pårørende har ikke en lige så stor handling som de to andre bøger i serien, men den er stadig ligeså spændende.Dicte kommer ikke ud i en lige så livsfarlig situation, hvilket jeg syntes klæder handlingen.Nærmeste Pårørendes handlingen er et større puslespil ind de to andre bøger, hvilket jeg syntes gør den rigtig spændende. Det der også gør den spændende er at Dicte bliver nød til at grave i sin fortid for at hun kan finde svarene på gåden, men der spiller også en [...]

  • An effective melding of socio-politic issues such as immigration and terrorism with a complex andunpredictable murder mystery. A great addition to the collection of norther european writers - this time from Denmark. If you liked the strong female characters in Danish TV series such as The Eagle and The Killing, you'll like this.

  • Even though it's not a recent book, it asks pertinent questions about the world today. The storyline about the relationship ofthe main protagonist feels really authentic too. I'm sorry they didn't use everything for the making of Dicte, the series. Interesting to learn something about Aarhus as well.

  • Endnu en virkelig læs-værdig Dicte Svendsen-krimi (omend det er en lille bitte smule irriterende, at hun hver gang skal ende i livsfare på de sidste sider!) Jeg overvejede at "nøjes" med tre stjerner, men endte på fire, fordi de sidste 50 sider nær havde kostet familien dagens aftensmad, fordi det var umuligt at lægge bogen fra sig :D

  • Started well, and I like Scandinavian mysteries ,but disappointed as melodramatically padded in second half. Incredible motivations and over use of terrorism threat. Main female journalist character Dicte Svendsen and policeman Wagner had potential, but minor characters tend to blur.

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