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 7 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
|Shortlisted for the Storytel Awards (Best Suspense) Sweden – En högre rättvisa A Higher Justice||2019|
|Shortlisted for the Swedish Academy of Crime Writers’ Award (Best Swedish Crime Novel) Sweden – Den stumma flickan The Silent Girl||2014|
The Danish audio and e-book service Mofibo has announced this year’s nominees in the Mofibo Awards. Competing for the title of Best Crime & Suspense is Katrine Engberg with The Writing on the Wall. In the Translated Fiction category, Lars Kepler, Liza Marklund, Stefan Ahnhem and Hjorth & Rosenfeldt are vying for the top spot. Kepler with The Spider, Marklund with The Mire, Ahnhem with The Final Nail, and Hjorth & Rosenfeldt with As You Sow.
To cast your vote, click “Read more” below. Voting closes on January 29.
Anne Holt’s The Eleventh Manuscript comes in at No. 1 on the official Norwegian bestseller list for paperback for the third consecutive week, followed by Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow at No. 2 and Katrine Engberg’s The Tenant at No. 3.
For the second consecutive week, Anne Holt’s The Eleventh Manuscript grabs the No. 1 spot on the official Norwegian bestseller list for paperbacks. The novels also claims the top position on the e-book list this week.
Jo Nesbø’s The Jealousy Man and Other Stories and Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow comes in at No. 2 and No. 3 respectively on the paperback list also this week.
Anne Holt’s The Eleventh Manuscript comes in at No. 1 on the official Norwegian bestseller list for paperback this week, followed by Jo Nesbø’s The Jealousy Man and Other Stories at No. 2 and Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow at No. 3.
The nominees for the Swedish 2021 Storytel Awards have been announced. The Storytel Awards have been bestowed since 2007 in Sweden to highlight the best audio books of the year. The awards are granted within six categories: Suspense, Fiction, Non-fiction, Feelgood, YA, and Children’s books.
Among the nominees for suspense are Kristina Ohlsson’s Icebreaker, Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow, Jens Lapidus’ The No-Go Zone, Anders de la Motte & Måns Nilsson’s A House to Die For, Liza Marklund’s The Polar Circle, and Anders Roslund’s Trust Me.
The nominees within the fiction category includes Fredrik Backman’s The Winners and Jonas Gardell’s A Happier Year, and Simona Ahrnstedt’s The Queen of the Night is featured on the Feelgood list.
Meanwhile, Anders Hansen’s Brain Blues and Måns Mosesson’s Tim – The Official Biography of Avicii features on the Non-fiction list, and David Sundin’s audiobook The Audiobook That Did Not Want To End – Part 2, from the same universe as The Book That Did Not Want To Be Read, is in the running for the Children’s books’ award.
Readers will be able to vote for their favorite works until February 9, after which a jury will pick a winner among the three candidates with the most votes in each category.
To cast your vote, click “Read more” below.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow, the seventh and penultimate installment in Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s Sebastian Bergman series, is No. 5 on the official German bestseller list this week. This marks the third consecutive week for the novel on Der Spiegel’s list for hardcover fiction.
The just published ‘As You Sow‘ by Hjorth & Rosenfeldt enters the official German bestseller list for hardcover fiction as No.1.
A round-up of the bestselling titles of July, August and September in Sweden has been released and it features Michael Hjorth and Hans Rosenfeldt’s ‘As You Sow‘ in the No. 1 spot across all genres. As You Sow is the seventh installment in the Sebastian Bergman series. Hans Roslund’s stand-alone installment in the Hoffman & Grens series, ‘Trust Me‘ nabs the No. 3 spot.
Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow performs a hat trick on the monthly bestseller list of July, coming in at No. 1 in the hardcover, audio and e-book. Anders Roslund’s Trust Me likewise grabs three top placements, coming in at No. 2 on the same three lists.
Week 29’s lists see Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s As You Sow stay put at No. 1 in hardcover, while Kristina Ohlsson’s Storm Watch shoots to No. 1 in the paperback category. As You Sow also climbs the audio and e-book lists, coming in at No. 1 on both.
The seventh and penultimate installment in Hjorth & Rosenfeldt’s Sebastian Bergman series, As You Sow, is No. 1 on the official Swedish list for hardcover novels. The title also grabs the No. 2 spots on the audio and e-book lists.
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.