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Jorn Lier Horst wins Petrona Award for The Caveman

Author salutes ‘Golden Age of Scandinavian Crime Literature’ Norwegian crime writer Jorn Lier Horst has won the prestigious Petrona Award for the best Scandinavian Crime Novel of the Year, for his novel The Caveman, translated by Anne Bruce and published by Sandstone Press. This was...

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Cast news and first image for Babylon Berlin TV-series

An A-list cast of German actors has joined the cast of Babylon Berlin, the upcoming period crime series co-written and co-directed by A Hologram for The King helmer Tom Tykwer. Lars Eidinger, currently appearing alongside Kristen Stewart in Cannes competition title Personal Shopper, will...

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Upbeat selected as The Bookseller's Book of the Month

Upbeat: The Story of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq by Paul MacAlindin has been selected for The Bookseller's Book of the Month for August. 'How do you pull together an orchestra of young musicians, consisting of both Arabs and Kurds (uneasy neighbours at the best of times); many of whom...

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Six season TV-series for Jorn Lier Horst’s William Wisting – from the man behind Wallander

Award-winning Sandstone author Jorn Lier Horst has partnered with Cinenord and the Danish production company Good Company Films to bring Chief Inspector William Wisting to life. The series will be based on the five novels which Sandstone Press has published: Dregs, Closed for Winter, The Hunting...

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Two titles longlisted for the Saboteur Awards

Sandstone Press is pleased to announce that two of our titles have been longlisted for the Saboteur Awards 2016. Cho Snog 's a Tha Thu by Alison Lang and The Harlequin by Nina Allan have both been included in the 'Best Novella' category. Over 1700 people were nominated in this year’s...

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