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Sara Osman

Sara Osman (b. 1992) lives and works in Stockholm as a lawyer. Everything We Didn’t Say is her literary debut, a work teeming with razor-sharp observations on society and people. Recognizability and suspense combine to make it an unforgettable read and a modern classic.

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Sara Osman’s brilliant debut Everything We Didn’t Say and Ulf Kvensler’s highly anticipated psychological thriller Sarek has been shortlisted for Bonnier’s Book Clubs’ Book of the Year Award 2022. Bonnier’s Book Clubs is the home of five Swedish book clubs, including the biggest one in Sweden. The winning book and author will be announced in October.

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Dagens Nyheter’s 30 Best Crime Novels of 2021

Dagens Nyheter, Sweden’s largest national newspaper, has announced a list of this year’s best crime novels which features and praises Liza Marklund’s The Polar Circle, Johan Theorin’s Weathered Bones, Sara Osman’s Everything We Didn’t Say, Niklas Natt och Dag’s 1795 and Anders de la Motte & Måns Nilsson’s A House to Die For.

‘Everything We Didn’t Say’ chosen by Dagens Nyheter one of the best books of summer 2021

Dagens Nyheter, Sweden’s largest national newspaper, has announced a list of this summer’s best books, and Sara Osman’s debut Everything We Didn’t Say features on the coveted list. The newspaper also gives the following review of the book:

“A furiously intelligent contemporary drama about three young women. /…/ Taking turns, they tell of work and conflicts in May and June, but then as a grim echo, the chapters called “After” enter the picture. Because Midsummer’s Eve doesn’t turn out like any of them expected.”

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New Author: Sara Osman

Sara Osman (b. 1992) lives and works in Stockholm as a lawyer. Everything We Didn’t Say is her literary debut, a work teeming with razor-sharp observations on society and people. Recognizability and suspense combine to make it an unforgettable read and a modern classic.