Niklas Natt och Dag

Niklas Natt och Dag (b. 1979) debuted as an author with the historical literary novel The Wolf and the Watchman. Natt och Dag himself has an undeniable connection to Swedish history, being a member of the oldest surviving noble family in Sweden. When he isn’t writing or reading, Natt och Dag enjoys playing the guitar, mandolin, violin, or the Japanese bamboo flute, shakuhachi.
Niklas Natt och Dag lives in Stockholm with his wife and their two sons.

Awards

Prix Nouvelles Voix du Polar (Best Translated Crime Fiction - Finalist ) France – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2020
The Icepick Translation Award (Best Translated Crime Fiction) Iceland – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2020
City of Stockholm's Honorary Award Sweden 2020
Shortlisted for the Storytel Awards (Best Fiction) Sweden – 1794 1794 2019
Longlisted for the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger UK – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2019
Shortlisted for the Golden Bullet Award Norway – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2019
Shortlisted for LiveLib Readers’ Choice Awards (Best Crime Novel) Russia – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2018
Storytel Awards (Best Fiction) Sweden – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2018
Crimetime Specsavers Award (Crime Debut of the Year) Sweden – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2018
Book of the Year Award Sweden – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2018
The Swedish Academy of Crime Writers’ Award (Best Debut) Sweden – 1793 The Wolf and the Watchman 2017
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Bibliography

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The Adlibris Awards 2021

The nominees for 2021’s Adlibris Awards have been announced. Adlibris is the leading book retailer in the Nordics and the Adlibris Award was founded in 2019 to celebrate the site’s greatest titles. The 10 nominated titles in the 9 respective categories have been selected by a jury of Adlibris employees from all works published in 2021.

Fredrik Backman’s The Winners and Jonas Gardell’s A Happier Year are shortlisted in the ’Fiction’ category.

Amongst the nominated titles in the ‘Crime Fiction’ category are Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1795 and Liza Marklund’s The Polar Circle.

Måns Mosesson’s just published Tim – The official Biography of Avicii is nominated in the Non-fiction category.

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Fans have until December 8 to cast their votes in each respective category. The winners will be announced on January 25, 2022.

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‘Brain Blues’ and ‘1795’ on the weekly Swedish bestseller lists

Anders Hansen’s just published Brain Blues goes straight to No. 1 on both the official Swedish bestseller list for hardcover non-fiction and the equivalent for e-books, while also claiming the No. 3 spot in the audio category. Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1795 comes in at No. 2 on the e-book list this week.

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Natt och Dag, Hansen and Ahrnstedt on the October bestseller lists

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The weekly Swedish bestseller lists

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Niklas Natt och Dag No. 1 in Sweden

Niklas Natt och Dag’s third and final part of the Bellman noir trilogy, 1795, stays put at No. 1 on the official Swedish bestseller list for the second consecutive week, claiming the top position in hardcover, audio and e-book this week.

The weekly Swedish bestseller list

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‘1795’ published in Sweden

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Emil Winge is determined to stop him. But he can sense how the support for his hunt is fading. The paranoid powers that be have more important things to do, and his partner-in-arms, Mickel Cardell, is preoccupied by his own search for Anna Stina Knapp, who went missing after the death of her children.

The weekly Swedish bestseller lists

Hans Rosenfeldt’s When Crying Wolf is No. 2 in hardcover on the latest Swedish bestseller list, claiming the No. 4 spot on the audio list as well. Simona Ahrnstedt debuts on the lists with her just published Hearts on the Line, which is No. 2 in e-book and No. 4 in hardcover. Finally, Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1794 comes in at No. 5 in paperback.

The weekly Swedish bestseller lists

Hans Rosenfeldt’s When Crying Wolf is once again No. 1 on the official bestseller list for hardcovers in Sweden. The book also claims the No. 2 spot on the audio list. Jo Nesbø is another No. 1 bestseller on the lists: his The Kingdom comes in first in e-book, additionally landing the No. 3 spot in hardcover and No. 4 one in audio. Niklas Natt och Dag grabs the last placement in this week’s roundup, coming in at No. 5 in paperback with 1794.

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