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The Man Who Died

The Man Who Died brings an uncharacteristically humorous but beguiling departure for Finnish writer Antti Tuomainen, as he once again makes our Recommended page. What would you do if you discovered that you only had a few more weeks to live, that your wife was…
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MarinaSofia: Top five books of 2017

2017 was the first year in a long time that I didn’t get to travel very much physically, but I’ve more than made up for it via my reading. This is the freedom that reading crime fiction can give you, and I always enjoy novels…
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The Man Who Died

Written by Antti Tuomainen, translated by David Hackston — If you think you already know what to expect from an Antti Tuomainen crime novel, prepare to be surprised. We certainly thought we did, having reviewed him several times on our site. There’s his philosophical dystopia…
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Mushrooms can be deadly

On the Radar — The latest novel from Finnish author Antti Tuomainen is arriving soon and this time the victim of the piece appears to be a man who has made millions growing mushrooms. An interesting conceit gets even more intriguing when you find out…
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