The Seducer

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Arcadia, 2003 - Fiction - 606 pages
Jonas Wergeland is a successful TV documentary,producer and something of God's gift to women. But,one day he returns from the world's fair in,Seville to discover his wife dead on the living,room floor. What follows is not only a quest to,find the killer but also a whimsical look at just,how Jonas came to this particular juncture.,Following the twists and turns of his life up to,an unforgettable, edge-of-your-seat conclusion,this post-modernist novel is an international,best-seller and winner of the prestigious Nordic,Prize 1999, Scandinavia's highest literary honour.

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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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