Som man sår (#7)
As You Sow
Michael Hjorth and Hans Rosenfeldt make up the celebrated Swedish crime writing duo known as Hjorth & Rosenfeldt, authors of the No. 1 internationally bestselling series about Psychological Profiler Sebastian Bergman. The Sebastian Bergman series has sold million copies in 34 languages.
Michael Hjorth (b. 1963) is one of Sweden’s most famous film and TV producers and a renowned screenwriter whose work includes the screenplays to several of Henning Mankell’s Wallander films.
Hans Rosenfeldt (b. 1964) is Sweden’s leading screenwriter and the creator of the most successful Scandinavian TV-series ever: the award-winning crime series Bron (The Bridge), which is broadcast in more than 170 countries.
“A truly addictive series that features some of the most compelling characters I’ve read – among else the complex and original psychological profiler Sebastian Bergman.”
-Jørn Lier Horst
Sebastian Bergman and his colleagues in the national homicide unit are back – and with a vengeance! As You Sow, Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s seventh novel, takes place three years after the events of A Higher Justice.
Three murders have been committed in a span of days and Karlshamn is gripped by terror. Vanja Lithner and her colleagues in the national homicide unit are under pressure to find and stop the sniper before they kill again. But there are no clues, no witnesses, and no clear connections between the victims.
Sebastian Bergman has opted for a more tranquil lifestyle since he became a grandfather; he now works part-time as a psychologist and therapist. Suddenly, his world is turned upside down when an Australian seeks his counsel to process his experiences of the 2004 tsunami, to which Sebastian himself lost a daughter and a wife.
Since the murder in Uppsala three years ago, Billy has never stopped killing. About to become a father, he makes up his mind: He won’t kill again. But circumstances won’t let the past be forgotten. The question is, how far will Billy go to make sure he isn’t discovered?
As You Sow is the seventh and penultimate installment in Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s internationally bestselling series that has sold 1,6 million copies in Sweden alone, and 5 million the world over.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s The Silent Girl is No. 3 on the official Icelandic bestseller list for the month of April. The Silent Girl is the fourth installment in the Sebastian Bergman series.
A Higher Justice, Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s sixth novel in the series about Sebastian Bergman, is No. 4 on Der Spiegel’s bestseller list for paperbacks this week.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s A Higher Justice, the sixth installment in the internationally bestselling series about Sebastian Bergman, is No. 2 on Der Spiegel’s paperback bestseller list this week.
The paperback edition of Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s A Higher Justice, the sixth installment in the internationally bestselling series about Sebastian Bergman, is No. 1 on Der Spiegel’s bestseller list this week.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s sixth Sebastian Bergman novel, A Higher Justice, jumps one placement and lands at No. 4 on week 4’s official bestseller list for paperbacks in Norway.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s sixth book in the Sebastian Bergman series, A Higher Justice, stays at No. 5 on the official bestseller list for paperbacks in Norway. The list summarizes the sales of week 3, January 13-17.
The official Norwegian bestseller lists for the second week of 2020 see Hjorth & Rosenfeldt appear at No. 5 on the e-book list. The title is A Higher Justice, the sixth Sebastian Bergman novel.
The nominees for 2019’s Storytel Awards have been announced. Previously known as the Grand Audiobook Prize, the Storytel Awards have been handed out to the best audio books in Sweden since 2007. The awards are split into five categories: Suspense, Fiction, Nonfiction, YA, and Children’s books.
Among the nominees for the Suspense award are: Stefan Ahnhem’s X Ways to Die, Anne Holt’s A Grave for Two, Kristina Ohlsson’s To Him Who Knocks, Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s A Higher Justice, Jo Nesbø’s Knife, and Anders Roslund’s Knock Knock.
Fans will be able to vote for their favorites till January 17, and the winners will be announced at a gala event on April 2.
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On the hardcover list, Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1794 comes in at No. 2, featuring also at No. 4 on the e-book list. The Wolf and the Watchman, Natt och Dag’s debut, comes in at No. 5 in audio. Returning to the hardcover list, we see the just published The Day of the Lord by Jonas Bonnier at No. 5.
Lastly, Simona Ahrnstedt’s Just a Little More comes in at the top of the audio list. In addition to that No. 1 spot, she also comes in at No. 3 in e-book.
The official list of the most sold fiction titles in Norway throughout the first six months of 2019 has been announced by the Norwegian Booksellers Association. Jo Nesbø comes in at No. 1 on the domestic fiction list with his twelth Harry Hole novel Knife.
The children's fiction list sees Jørn Lier Horst & Hans Jørgen Sandnes claim the No. 1 spot with Operation Sable Forest, the fifteenth installment in the Detective Agency No. 2 series. Their stand alone The Search for the Magician's Tome meanwhile comes in at No. 7 on the same list, just after Horst's thirteenth Clue book The Smuggler's Shack in the No. 5 spot.
The most sold translated fiction list sees Hjorth & Rosenfeldt nab the No. 6 spot with A Higher Justice.
Jørn Lier Horst & Thomas Enger’s Death Deserved stays firm at No. 1 on the paperback list also this week. Hedvig Montgomery meanwhile places at No. 3 in the nonfiction category with The Kindergarten Age. Taking the final spot in this week’s roundup is Hjorth & Rosenfeldt, whose A Higher Justice is No. 4 on the e-book list.