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Returning to Sweden with Hans Rosenfeldt, the writer and creator of the Nordic Noir classic TV series The Bridge. And best selling author, Christoffer Carlsson discusses how his work as a criminologist has influenced his writing.
Hans Rosenfeldt is creator and writer of the successful TV series The Bridge. The program has been seen in over 170 countries. Rosenfeldt’s most recent work is the British series Marcella. He is also a prolific crime novelist. Together with Michael Hjorth, he created the psychological profiler Sebastian Bergman. This series has sold over 3.5 million copies globally.
Christoffer Carlsson is a criminologist and top selling crime writer. In 2013 he became the youngest writer to win Crime Novel of the Year with The Invisible Man from Salem. In 2012, he was awarded the International European Society of Criminology’s Young Criminologist Award. Carlsson’s latest book is Master, Liar, Traitor, Friend, the third book in the popular Leo Junker series.
This episode's featured book reading is of Christoffer Carlsson’s book The Invisible Man from Salem (Scribe Publications, 2015) The reader is Will Smith.
Producer: Johan Gabrielsson
Sound Engineer: Vlad Ladgman