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Marie Antoinette
Author: Clara Tschudi
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Pages: 303
Year: 1902
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Absalom's hair
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Pages: 209
Year: 1898
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The Heritage of the Kurts
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Year: 1908
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Arnljot Gelline
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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Pages: 155
Year: 1917
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Dead Joker
Author: Anne Holt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501123262
Pages: 336
Year: 2016-07-26
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"Chief Public Prosecutor Sigurd Halvorsrud's wife is found dead in front of the fireplace in the family living room. The cause of death: she has been brutally decapitated. Her husband, who witnessed the grisly murder and is himself covered in blood, immediately falls under suspicion, though he claims his wife's killer was Steale Salvesen, a man he'd prosecuted years before. Detective Inspector Hanne Wilhelmsen is called in to lead the investigation with her old colleague, Billy T. Despite the circumstantial evidence, Hanne is unconvinced of Sigurd Halvorsrud's guilt--that is, until a witness says he saw Steale Salvesen commit suicide by jumping off a bridge days before the murder took place. Then a journalist at one of Oslo's largest newspapers is found beheaded. What links these two horrifically violent crimes? The demanding investigation soon clashes with a terrible crisis in Hanne's personal life. Cecilie, the woman she has lived with for almost twenty years, has fallen seriously ill and doesn't have much time to live. With a savage killer on the loose, Hanne must ask herself: Is the truth worth chasing at all costs?"--
Beyond the Truth
Author: Anne Holt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501123459
Pages: 320
Year: 2016-12-06
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Investigating the Christmas-season murders of four people in the luxurious home of one of Oslo's wealthiest families, Norwegian Police Chief Inspector Hanne Wilhelmsen risks everything to identify a mysterious victim and his reason for being among the others.
Dust
Author: Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Publisher: London : W. Heinemann
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Pages: 317
Year: 1897
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NIELS HENRIK ABEL and his Times
Author: Arild Stubhaug
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 366204076X
Pages: 580
Year: 2013-04-17
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Everyone with an interest in the history of mathematics and science will enjoy reading this book on one of the most famous mathematicians of the 19th century. The author, who is both a historian and a mathematician, has written the definitive biography of Niels Henrik Abel.
Professor Andersen's Night
Author: Dag Solstad
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446496163
Pages: 160
Year: 2011-11-03
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It is Christmas Eve, and 55-year-old Professor Pål Andersen is alone, drinking coffee and cognac in his living room. Lost in thought, he looks out of the window and sees a man strangle a woman in the apartment across the street. Professor Andersen fails to report the crime. The days pass, and he becomes paralysed by indecision. Desperate for respite, the professor sets off to a local sushi bar, only to find himself face to face with the murderer. Professor Andersen's Night is an unsettling yet highly entertaining novel of apathy, rebellion and morality. In flinty prose, Solstad presents an uncomfortable question: would we, like his cerebral protagonist, do nothing?
Death of the Demon
Author: Anne Holt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451634927
Pages: 288
Year: 2013-06-18
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From the Edgar Award finalist, the captivating third book in the series featuring the brilliant and tough police investigator Hanne Wilhelmsen, who must investigate the grisly murder of an orphanage director. In a foster home outside Oslo, a twelve-year-old boy is causing havoc. The institution’s steely director, Agnes Vestavik, sees something chilling in Olav’s eyes: sheer hatred. When Vestavik is found murdered at her desk, stabbed in the back with an Ikea kitchen knife—with Olav nowhere to be found—the case goes to maverick investigator Hanne Wilhelmsen, recently promoted to chief inspector in the Oslo Police. Could the child be a murderer? As police canvass the city for Olav, Hanne, working alongside the foulmouthed detective Billy T., orders an investigation of the home’s employees. But despite her supreme deductive skills, she is hopeless at delegating, hopeless at pooling information, hopeless at sharing responsibilities. Can Hanne learn to trust others before her bullheaded instincts lead her astray—in the workplace and on the home front? Meanwhile, Olav makes his way through the city, looking for the mother who was forced to consign him to the state’s care. A dark and captivating new chapter in this brilliant, rollicking series, Death of the Demon examines that murky intersection between crime and justice.
The New System
Author: Bjornstjerne Bjornson
Publisher: Fredonia Books (NL)
ISBN: 1410103625
Pages: 140
Year: 2003-10-01
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Bjvrnstjerne Bjvrnson (1832-1910) was a poet, dramatist, novelist, journalist, editor, public speaker, theatre director, and one of the most prominent public figures in the Norway of his day. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1903 and is generally known, together with Henrik Ibsen, Alexander Kielland, and Jonas Lie, as one of "the four great ones" of 19th-century Norwegian literature. His poem "Ja, vi elsker dette landet" ("Yes, We Love This Land") is the Norwegian national anthem.
Tales of Protection
Author: Erik Fosnes Hansen
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 1466814470
Pages: 480
Year: 2002-07-08
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Four enthralling tales about chance, by the author of Psalm at Journey's End Tales of Protection is a novel about people in different places in different epochs -- contemporary Norway, nineteenth-century Sweden, and Renaissance Italy -- whose stories are bound together by the author's original and searching inquiry into why things happen the way they do. As the book opens, a dead man lies in his coffin reflecting on the past. Bolt was an eccentric scientist who devoted his old age to a vast research undertaking -- collecting random incidents from the history of the species and finding the underlying pattern that connects them. This kind of hindsight, after all, must be a kind of heaven -- or a kind of hell. His reveries lead him to tell two other tales -- the tale of a doomed lighthouse keeper on a Swedish island and the tale of rivalry among Renaissance artists -- and finally to tell a startling tale from his own early manhood. All of the tales, in his exquisitely suspenseful narration, demonstrate his theory of "seriality," which is the opposite of causality. Erik Fosnes Hansen's Psalm at Journey's End was acclaimed as one of the most original works yet about the sinking of the Titanic. In Norway, Tales of Protection has been called a "Blixenesque" masterpiece; it is a major new work of world literature, and a great leap forward for this gifted young writer.
A Fool, Free
Author: Beate Grimsrud
Publisher: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1781853657
Pages: 496
Year: 2015-09-10
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My name is Eli. I am the one telling the story and the one the story is about. The one with the voices in her head. Eli Larsen is a talented author and film-maker. She writes books. She directs films. She wins awards. She is a success. But Eli has a secret. Since she was a child she has shared her life with Espen, Erik, Prince Eugen and Emil. Sometimes they're friendly, sometimes comforting, but sometimes they want to hurt Eli and the people she loves most. In this candid and beautiful novel Beate Grimsrud offers an unflinching insight into the secret world of the mind.
The Hotel Room
Author: Agnar Mykle
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Pages: 319
Year: 1964
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Shame
Author: Bergljot Hobæk Haff
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ISBN: 1860465315
Pages: 419
Year: 1999
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Translated by Sverre Lyngstad. Idun Hov's experiences condemn her to a life spent mostly in a mental hospital where she begins to write. The trials of Idun Hov's life and of Norway itself enter her writing, Idun's own experiences fuse with the German occupation of Norway, the shame of collaboration and the upheavals of a small nation betrayed.

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