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Little Siberia

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Finnish author Antti Tuomainen’s Little Siberia is far more than a peculiar crime caper – it has a far deeper meaning, which you’ll discover when you read this exemplary Scandinavian crime novel. Set in a small town near the Russian border, the book centres on Joel Huhta, minister to his congregation and, for the time being, guardian of a meteorite that crashed down to earth in the middle of the frigid winter. He has two problems. One is that someone is trying to steal the meteorite before it can be sent to London for analysis. The other is that his wife has cheated on him. But is it with the meteor thief? Read our full review here.

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