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Video: Arne Dahl talks about Watching You

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The Killing. Hinterland. The Bridge. Trapped. Most crime shows have a slightly foreboding title. But when the Swedes decided to base a TB series on Arne Dahl’s Intercrime novels, they simply named it after the author. Maybe you watched it on BBCFour? Perhaps you’ve read the books as well.

Now the author with a TV series in his own name is back, and he’s started a new series that features a dogged detective called Sam Berger as well as a new kind of storytelling. It looks like Watching You is heading for the TV screens as well, and it’s certainly written with a cinematic eye. We reviewed the book recently, and we’ve also participated in a series of video interviews with the author himself. You can watch his answers to our questions below.

Plus, on Saturday 8 July 2017, UK readers will be able to win Watching You as part of a Nordic noir bundle we’re giving away on our Facebook page.

Anyhow, let’s get on with that interview…

What are crime fiction lovers going to love about your new book Watching You?

Tell us about your new team of detectives?

What do you think you’ve learned, or how have you developed as a writer, over the last few years?

You can read our full review of Watching You here, or check out books from Arne Dahl’s Intercrime series here.

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