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The Ice Star
Author: Christoffer Petersen
ISBN: 1519044070
Pages: 208
Year: 2017-01-13
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The woman winced as she stretched her legs, one eye on the Nepali man with the brutal backhand, the other on a glass of water on the floor. She jerked her head backwards as the blond man stepped into view and his large military boot connected with the glass, kicking it against the wooden wall where it smashed, showering her in jagged shards and splinters."Konstabel Fenna Brongaard, my name is Burwardsley. We met on the ice." She's the first of her kind - the first woman to join the ranks of the elite Danish Sirius Sledge Patrol, and the first Sirius patroller to be investigated for murder. In the wake of a hurricane-force piteraq, fog isolates the village of Ittoqqortoormiit and Fenna from the outside world. As the investigation takes a vicious turn, Fenna must trust a Greenlandic policeman and a local hunter if she is to root out the infection at the heart of the Danish military.Alone in the world of men, Fenna soon realises that if you run with dogs, you have to fight like wolves. Christoffer lived and worked in Greenland for 7 years. This is his first thriller.Discover more at
The Iron Chariot
Author: Stein Riverton
Publisher: Canelo
ISBN: 1911420348
Pages: 176
Year: 2017-02-20
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‘The founder of the modern Norwegian crime novel’ – Jo Nesbo On a blazing hot summer’s day, holidaymakers at a guesthouse on a Norwegian island are shocked to discover a fellow guest has been found murdered out on a desolate plain. The nameless narrator, an author, was the last person to see the victim alive; shortly afterwards, he was disturbed by a noise like ‘a rattling of chains’. A local tells him this is ‘the iron chariot’, which is said to presage death. Detective Asbjorn Krag is summoned from the capital of Kristiania, and sets about investigating the murder. When a similar death occurs on the plain, it is again preceded by the eerie sound of the iron chariot, which leaves no tracks. Mystery is added to mystery when the victim turns out to be a man believed to have died several years earlier. Drawn unwillingly into the investigation, the narrator is puzzled by the enigmatic detective’s apparent inaction, and troubled by unfolding events. These begin to take a toll on his mental wellbeing and he sinks into a state of dread, exacerbated by mysterious happenings at the cabin where he is staying. So profound is his unease that he feels he must leave the island. Then Krag promises to tell him the solution to the mystery... Voted #1 in a poll of the greatest Norwegian crime novels of all time, The Iron Chariot is a classic of the genre that is now getting a long overdue publication in English. ‘This is a classic Norwegian crime story. It was written over 100 years ago. Riverton is regarded as the founder of the modern Norwegian crime novel and he is a great writer.’ – Jo Nesbo ‘I’ve sketched out a fine new detective novel. Or not exactly a detective novel but a thrilling tale, a sensational tale, the most exciting novel I have ever written. The name of the book will be The Iron Chariot’ – Stein Riverton 'Fresh, compelling and captivating... A five star read.' Read Day and Night
The Shaman's House
Author: Christoffer Petersen
ISBN: 1980379858
Pages: 282
Year: 2018-02-28
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In the eyes of the Danish government, Konstabel Fenna Brongaard has switched sides and gone rogue. The collateral damage she left in her wake in Greenland's capital, Nuuk, has been brushed away by a shadowy figure known as The Magician. In return for his assistance, Fenna is tasked with entering the United States in the wake of a Presidential assassination, with one clear goal: to apprehend the assassin.As her list of allies grows thin, Fenna teams up with the man responsible for the death of her Sirius Patrol partner.Together, they must get the assassin out of North America and to a safe house in a remote country. Fenna knows the end game is in sight, and, if she is to survive it, she needs to choose the terrain and the location. She chooses Greenland.She chooses the Shaman's House.The stakes are higher, the action more intense, and the environment raw, wild, and lethal. "The Shaman's House" is the third and final book in the Greenland Trilogy featuring Konstabel Fenna Brongaard. The Greenland Trilogy includes::: The Ice Star (book 1) January 2017:: In the Shadow of the Mountain (book 2) August 2017:: The Shaman's House (book 3) December 2017You can find out more at the author's website:"The Shaman's House" blends the author's experience of living in the High Arctic of Greenland together with current political events, elements of the Greenlandic culture, and an adrenaline-fueled injection of action and adventure.The Shaman's House is available for pre-order at a special pre-order price.
Seven Graves One Winter
Author: Christoffer Petersen
ISBN: 1980310963
Pages: 241
Year: 2018-02-18
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In the remote Arctic community of Inussuk, seven graves are dug at the end of each summer, before the ground freezes. As winter approaches, the question is, will they be enough?When Constable David Maratse is invalided off the force, he moves to a small settlement to live the life of a subsistence hunter and fisherman. But when his long line hooks the body of a politician's daughter, he finds himself both prime suspect and lead investigator in Greenland's most sensational murder case."Seven Graves, One Winter" is the first full novel featuring Greenlandic Police Constable David Maratse. You can read more about Constable David Maratse in the following books and short stories:The Greenland Trilogy:: The Ice Star (Book 1):: In the Shadow of the Mountain (Book 2):: The Shaman's House (Book 3)Arctic Shorts:: Katabatic:: Container:: Tupilaq
Author: Christoffer Petersen
ISBN: 1980429294
Pages: 63
Year: 2018-02-28
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When the winter sun is gone, dark deeds are done, and Greenland Police Constable David Maratse enlists the help of a shaman to find a lost child.
The Greenlanders
Author: Jane Smiley
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307788040
Pages: 608
Year: 2011-01-05
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This enthralling epic tale, written in the tradition of the old Norse sagas, takes us to fourteenth-century Greenland—a farflung place of glittering fjords, blasting winds, sun-warmed meadows, and high, dark mountains. This is the story of one family: proud landowner Asgeir Gunnarsson; his daughter Margret, whose willful independence leads her into passionate adultery and exile; and his son Gunnar, whose quest for knowledge is at the compelling center of this unforgettable book. Jane Smiley immerses us in this world of farmers, priests, and lawspeakers, of hunts and feasts and long-standing feuds, and by an act of literary magic, makes a remote time, place, and people not only real but dear to us.
An African in Greenland
Author: Tété-Michel Kpomassie, James Kirkup
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 0940322889
Pages: 300
Year: 2001
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A native of Africa, the author recounts how a picture book about Greenland inspired him to embark on a life-changing journey that would last for ten years, leading him to the Ivory Coast, Senegal, Mauritania, Paris, Copenhagen, and, ultimately, to Greenland. Translated from French. Photos.
East of Desolation
Author: Jack Higgins
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 000729042X
Pages: 336
Year: 2008-09-04
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Classic adventure from the undisputed master of action and adrenalin-pumping suspense.
First Light
Author: Rebecca Stead
Publisher: Yearling
ISBN: 0307495477
Pages: 336
Year: 2008-12-18
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This remarkable and acclaimed debut novel by the Newbery-winning author of When You Reach Me introduces readers to a captivating, hidden world below the ice… Peter is thrilled to join his parents on an expedition to Greenland. But when they finally reach the ice cap, he struggles to understand a series of frightening yet enticing visions. Thea has never seen the sun. Her extraordinary people, suspected of witchcraft and nearly driven to extinction, have retreated to a secret world they’ve built deep inside the arctic ice. As Thea dreams of a path to Earth’s surface, Peter’s search for answers brings him ever closer to her hidden home in this dazzling tale of mystery, science, and adventure at the top of the world. “A mystic thriller.” —Entertainment Weekly “Optimistic science fiction that highlights human ingenuity and survival under dire conditions.” —The Wall Street Journal
Tales of Iceland
Author: Stephen Markley, Sigga Rún
Publisher: Giveliveexplore LLC
ISBN: 0989216519
Pages: 218
Year: 2013-04
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From drinking late into the night with gorgeous Icelandic blondes to traveling to the farthest reaches of the country; from hiking over glaciers to encountering a drunk, raging Kiefer Sutherland; from interviewing Jón Gnarr, the comedian mayor of Reykjavik (who ran on a platform of having free towels at all the swimming pools), to touring the homes of Iceland's hidden elves; Markley delivers the fastest, funniest memoir of an American experience in Iceland. -- p. [4] of cover.
Acts of Vanishing
Author: Fredrik T. Olsson
Publisher: Little, Brown
ISBN: 0316335053
Pages: 464
Year: 2018-04-24
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A city in darkness. A hero in disgrace. His daughter in the gravest danger. With its heart-pounding action and breakneck pace, Acts of Vanishing is the perfect blockbuster thriller. One winter evening just before Christmas, Stockholm is plunged into a sudden, citywide blackout. Radio, internet, phone service--all cut out simultaneously, cloaking the city in darkness and silence. On the pitch-black streets, a young woman carries a message for her estranged father. It may be the key to reversing the blackout and preventing further attacks. But someone powerful is determined to stop her from delivering it... In an eerily quiet newsroom, journalist Christina Sandberg tries to piece together what's happening. She has a terrible feeling that, somehow, her ex-husband William is involved... Code breaker and cyber-security expert William Sandberg recieved an anonymous email, immediately before the blackout, with very specific directions to be followed. His erstwhile colleagues in the state military police are very aware of this correspondence. Sandberg is taken into custody-just when he most needs to be in action to clear his name, find his daughter, and save the country from disaster.
The Getaway Man
Author: Andrew H. Vachss
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 1400031192
Pages: 193
Year: 2003
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Former car thief and ex-con Eddie takes on a new job as a getaway driver for J.C., a big-time heist artist, a career that could lead to a profitable future, until Eddie encounters J.C.'s gorgeous girlfriend, Vonda. Original. 25,000 first printing.
North Pole Legacy
Author: S. Allen Counter
ISBN: 1931229090
Pages: 254
Year: 2001
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Upon hearing rumors that the men who discovered the North Pole had fathered sons while on their expedition, S. Allen Counter arranged to visit the remote villages where Robert Peary, the credited discoverer, and Matthew Henson, the black man whose contributions to the expedition are widely ignored, stayed during their travels. This book recounts the astonishing story of Counter’s trips to Greenland and the relationships he develops with the Eskimo ancestors of the two men. At the same time, new evidence about Peary’s journey to the Pole is examined, and it comes to light that Henson, was the true hero.
The First Crossing of Greenland
Author: Fridtjof Nansen
Publisher: London : Longmans, Green
Pages: 452
Year: 1890
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Story of the expedition that made the first crossing of the Greenland interior in 1888.
Lands that Hold One Spellbound
Author: Spencer Apollonio
Publisher: University of Calgary Press
ISBN: 1552382400
Pages: 322
Year: 2008
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Lands that Hold One Spellbound is an informal history of East Greenland. Author Spencer Apollonio has written the only known overview of the history of this region, summarizing indigenous settlements over four millennia, and describing European explorations from the Norse period to recent years. East Greenland, is an immense land of great mountains and fjords, of glaciers and meadowlands, and of unique contrasts in weather. It has been colonized seven different times over 4,000 years by migrants from the west. Apollonio details the struggles of vessels to reach the coast through the ice pack, the longest Arctic sledge journeys, the peculiar story of World War II in East Greenland, and the impact of centuries of exploration and change on Greenland's indigenous populations.