Kalypso, the second novel in the Beier-saga, will be released in Denmark February 8th.
Kalypso’s predecessor, Wienerbroderskabet, first met it’s Danish audience in 2016, and got excellent reviews. Wienerbroderskabet is now being re-released, with a new, elegant cover, matching the second novel in the saga.
Ingar will be visiting Northern Europe’s largest crime festival, Krimimessen in Horsens, in March. So that’s the place to be if you want to learn more about detective Fredrik Beier, his partner Kafa Iqbal and the grim realities they will have to face, investigating the mysterious fate of Kalypso.
The second novel in the Beier-saga, Kalypso, out in February in Denmark. Publisher: Gyldendal.
The first novel in the Beier-saga, Wienerbroderskabet (Norw. title Wienerbrorskapet) was released 2016. Publisher: Gyldendal
Musician, actor, comedian, author and performer Kristoffer Schau reading from Kanarikammeret.
Kanarikammeret (The Canary Chamber) is a short crime story Ingar wrote for audible publisher Fabel as part of their campaign to reach even more book lovers. Kanarikammeret ended up on the top 10-list for the most popular audible books already on the first week after it was published.
I am very happy to introduce police inspector Fredrik Beier and his partner Kafa Iqbal to readers all over Germany, Austria and Switzerland. I know that you guys really know how to appreciate a good crime story, and I know that you are picky as well, so I am truly grateful and glad for the way Der Hirte has been greeted. Thanks for all the wonderful feedback through mail and social media.
Der Hirte (Wienerbrorskapet) is the first installment of the Fredrik Beier-series. Publisher Blanvalet have done a marvelous in introducing Fredrik and Kafa to the German-speaking audience – check out the cinematic trailer here:
As We Fall was released in Polish this February, titled Straceńcy.
Poland is the first country outside Norway to present the second part of the Fredrik Beier-saga to its crime reading audience. And the reception is overwhelming. Here are the words from ten leading literature bloggers: