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Anders Roslund

Anders Roslund (b. 1961) has published ten novels to date, as part of the successful writing duos Roslund & Hellström and Roslund & Thunberg. The newly published Three Hours is the first novel under his own name, and also the third installment about the successful infiltrator Piet Hoffman.

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Anders Roslund, Niklas Natt och Dag, and Jo Nesbø No. 1, No. 3 and No. 5 in Sweden

Anders Roslund’s just published Three Hours claims the No. 1 spot on the official Swedish hardcover list. This marks the second week at the top for the novel, which entered the list at No. 1 last week. On the paperback list, Niklas Natt och Dag’s long-running bestseller 1793 comes in at No. 3. It also claims the No. 3 spot on the e-book list, where it’s joined by Jo Nesbø’s Macbeth at No. 5.

‘Macbeth,’ ‘Three Hours’ and ‘1793’ on the Swedish bestseller lists

The official Swedish bestseller lists for the month of April as well as the first week of May have been released.

For the first week of May the recently published Three Hours by Anders Roslund is No. 1 on the hardcover list. On the paperback list Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1793 stays put at No. 2 and is No. 5 on the e-book list. Jo Nesbø’s Macbeth claims the No. 3 spot on the same list.

On April’s bestselling list Jo Nesbø’s Macbeth is No. 1 on both the hardcover list and the audiobook list. On the paperback list Niklas Natt och Dag claims the No. 1 spot with 1793.

‘Macbeth,’ ‘Three Hours’ and ‘1793’ on the Swedish bestseller lists

The official Swedish bestseller lists for the last week of April have been released. Jo Nesbø’s Macbeth comes in at No. 4 on the hardcover fiction list and No. 3 on the e-book list. On the hardcover list we also see the just published Three Hours by Anders Roslund, coming in at No. 5. On the paperback list Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1793 continues to claim the No. 2 spot, and has climbed to No. 4 on the e-book list.

‘Three Hours’ published in Sweden

Three seconds, or three minutes, is an eternity if you control time yourself. But three hours is all too short if someone else controls them.

One quiet morning in Stockholm Ewert Grens is called to the morgue, where there’s one dead man too many, left by someone in a locked room among other dead bodies. How is that possible?

Piet Hoffmann is on a new continent. A last dangerous assignment before he leaves this world behind him. It takes him through a dry desert to a roaring sea, in a world where human lives have no value.

At home in Sweden, Zofia and the boys wait and long for their husband and father. As soon as he’s back they’ll finally have peace. It turns out to be a fraudulent sense of security and soon two little boys will have to fight to survive.

Three Hours is the difference between life and death.