Lisbeth Salander will be back, and not just once but twice, as Swedish author David Lagercrantz is set to write another two Nordic noir sequels to the “Millennium” series.
For folks who’ve read Jonas Jonasson’s first novel and seen the movie, there’s good news. The film rights to the Swedish author’s sophomore work have been acquired by Icelandic producer Joni Sighvatsson.
Goda nyheter! Swedish crime novel Spring Tide is being adapted for telly, which means there’s more Nordic noir TV in store for Euro TV fans. Bra!
Svensk Filmindustri, the Scandinavian film and television production and distribution powerhouse, has acquired the rights to adapt the novel, A Darker Sky, into a TV series.
She’s got a dragon tattoo on her back. She’s been through hell and back. She’s Lisbeth Salander. And she’s back. In the new book, The Girl in the Spider’s Web.
Fans of the “Kurt Wallander” mystery novels are in for a treat: Henning Mankell’s never-published short story, An Event in Autumn, will be available in print in a few weeks.