Recent Non-Fiction Reviews

There have been some excellent reviews over the last weekend for two MacLehose non-fiction titles — we will never publish a great deal of non-fiction, here, but you count on our titles always being distinctive. And perhaps none more so than Jean-Paul Kauffmann’s A Journey to Nowhere, which was pounced on by Eileen Battersby in the Irish Times: In common with Claudio Magris and, particularly, the late WG Sebald, Kauffmann …

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New Stieg For Easter

Well, it’s not the fourth instalment of the trilogy, but we’ve just published a new book by Stieg Larsson. As we all know, before he became a posthumously bestselling crime writer, Larsson worked as a journalist and as editor-in-chief of the anti-fascist magazine. The Expo Files is a collection of his journalism and essays, which can now be seen almost as a proving ground for the ideas that underpin his …

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Millenium Wins International Emmy

Yellow Bird’s Millennium series based on Stieg Larsson’s best-selling trilogy won the International Emmy Award for Best TV Movie-Mini-series. The award was given on Monday at the International Emmy’s in New York. The last time Sweden won the prestigious international recognition was in 1998 with Lars Molin’s The Tattooed Widow. The acting duo Noomi Rapace and Michael Persbrandt playing the leads in the 6X90′Millennium films and TV series were Emmy …

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Remembering Stieg Larsson

Seven years ago today the author of the Millennium trilogy, Stieg Larsson, died at the age of fifty after suffering a heart attack at his offices in Stockholm. Since then his exceptional books have become some of the most successful of recent times and their adaptation into cinema has further increased his already worldwide audience. In rememberance of his life and work: as a campaigner generic cialis against racial prejudice …

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