May is here and so are some amazing titles!
We have everything from intriguing YA to cosy crime, Scandi noir and a new Nordic fantasy that will knock your socks off.
Here’s why you need to include these titles in your relevant carousels and thematic lists this May:
- From critically acclaimed and best-selling Danish author, this title is perfect for fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The Priory of the Orange Tree’ – ‘The Seer of Midgard’ by A. M. Vedsø Olesen
- The Scandi King of Crime, this title has a 75 % finishing rate on Danish streaming platforms and is perfect for readers of Jo Nesbø and Jens Lapidus! – ‘Darkness Calls: An Inspector Cecilie Mars Thriller’ by Michael Katz Krefeld
- Best-rated book of 2018 and 2019 on Mofibo, Denmark’s biggest eBook and audiobook platform – ‘Dear Zoe Ukhona: a Journey through Infertility and Adoption’ by Pelle Hvenegaard
- With over 6,200 ratings across the series on Amazon UK, the seventh book in this incredible cosy crime series is ideal for ‘whodunnit’ fans of Richard Osman, Verity Bright and Ann Sutton – Murder Lost and Found by Debbie Young
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Snehild is born amidst a raid on a stormy, winter night. She is delivered by a mystical jötunn woman and as she slips into the world, the Norns breathe a prophecy over her.
Years later, Himlinge, the royal seat of Sialand, is suffering from political unrest. King Tormod suspects his brother-in-law is plotting against him. Royal advisor Brynjulf Raveneye worries about which of the twin princes should be heir to the throne. The high priestess Ragnfrid grows jealous of the local herbalist who is favoured by the royal family. Worst still, the herbalist’s daughter, Snehild, appears to have powerful prophetic powers that may threaten the priestess’ position. But at least there’s something she can do about that.
Except you can’t destroy a heroine destined for greatness and Snehild has the favour of the gods and the blessing of the Norns. She flees her home and embarks on a quest to discover herself, her parentage and the true extent of her powers.
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When a dead body is found in the school’s lost property over the summer holidays, it’s up to Sophie Sayers to get to the bottom of it – or face the threat of closure. But when the body disappears and the police refuse to investigate, a complex web of deceit causes trembles throughout the village.
Can Sophie gather enough evidence to warrant an investigation? And more importantly, with the body now gone, will the killer strike again?
Returning with the seventh adventure, Debbie Young’s bestselling ‘Sophie Sayer’s Village Mysteries’ series promises comforting feelings of community, warmth and humour, peppered with the usual dash of murder and deceit.
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In English for the first time, with a foreword written by Zindzi Mandela, daughter of Nelson Mandela, this is a heartbreaking memoir of infertility, adoption, and fatherhood from one of Denmark’s most beloved tv personalities.
One summer evening, on a blind date that is almost cancelled, Pelle Hvenegaard meets Caroline. He knows right away that this woman is the love of his life and the mother of his children.
Their path to a family is not smooth. But after six years of infertility and the trials of the adoption system, they finally open the doors of their Copenhagen home to little Zoe Ukhona.
Pelle’s account, told through letters to his daughter, is brutally honest, heart-wrenchingly tragic, and yet filled with warmth and good humour. It is a story of love, family, and hope.
IF HE EXPOSES HER, SHE’LL LOSE EVERYTHING!
Late one night, newly promoted Inspector Cecilie Mars makes a fatal choice that has far-reaching consequences. Her misstep has been captured on film, and now an anonymous figure threatens to reveal everything unless she follows their cunning plan.
Drawn into a sinister scheme involving blackmailing and vigilantism, Cecilie is forced to consider just how far she is willing to go to ensure justice. At the same time, it slowly dawns on her that the unknown figure might not be so unknown after all…
Are you ready for an adventure?
Meet Gavin, Clare, Michael and Mot – a group of friends with an unstoppable imagination for creating outdoor adventures in the remote Scottish countryside.
But what happens when their latest expedition takes them down a perilous and ominous path?
Hold on tight as these brave kids face thrilling and unexpected danger. With crime lurking at every corner, it’s up to the kids to stop the criminals and save themselves before it is too late!
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