Friday, May 10, 2019
I just spent four days in Svalbard/Spitsbergen. Since it is situated north of mainland Europe, midway between continental Norway and the north pole, it features an arctic climate. I covered 400 kilometers on Snow-scoter, crossing the wast glaciers in a majestic, cold and surreal world. Absolutely fantastic.
I am working on a new draft that kick-starts in the deep arctic, and the trip to Svalbard filled me with loads of new impressions and ideas. I will definitely go back soon. Big thanks to my fantastic guides, both from Basecamp and Expedition Travel.
Leading danish daily Fyens has picked four "guld nuggets" from the enormous mountain of books published in 2019. The Burnt Letter Society was one of them.
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Monday, March 25, 2019
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Friday, March 8, 2019
New Brunt Letter Society review from daily newspaper Weekend Avisen:
"... Well-written excitement with good details and a finely dosed research on the burning letters, historical airplane crashes and casualties."
... The end is explosive and it's nice to get away from meeting Dr. No and get the explanation of the evil company modus operandi over a Dry Martini, shaken not stirred. Instead, the wall breaks between inner and outer - together with all logic - in a cool finale in a ghost castle in Brazil."
Read full review here.
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
The Burt letter Society receives new lecturer's statement from Danish library:
“A well-written and cinematic thriller, leaping from one dramatic highlight to the next. It´s well-functioning entertainment of international class.”