The Seducer

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Arcadia, 2003 - Fiction - 606 pages
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This postmodernist Norwegian novel, an international bestseller and winner of Scandinavia''s top literary award, will have readers on the edge of their seats, as Jan Kj 6rstad waves his magic adventure wand and seduces all. Protagonist Jonas Wargerand is a successful TV documentary producer and also something of God''s gift to women. One day he returns from the World''s Fair in Seville and discovers his wife dead on the living room floor. What follows is a quest full of twists and turns to find the killer.

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Review: The Seducer (Jonas Wergeland Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Donna - Goodreads

I can't wait to read the second one but have resisted. This one stirred up so much glittering snow I need to let it settle and drift for a while. It has everything I like about Norwegian books except ... Read full review

Review: The Seducer (Jonas Wergeland Trilogy #1)

User Review  - M. Sarki - Goodreads This is a very long book and it is quite amazing to me that any one writer can have this much life experience and still be capable of telling about it. And ... Read full review

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Jan Kjśrstad is the recipient of many awards for his writing, including the Nordic Prize for Literature 2001 and Germany's Henrik Steffen Prize for Scandinavians who have significantly enriched Europe's artistic and intellectual life.

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