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BOOK REVIEW – The Killing II by David Hewson

By Marty Mulrooney

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In 2012 Alternative Magazine Online reviewed The Killing by David Hewson, a crime novel based upon the first series of the critically acclaimed Danish TV drama of the same name, describing it as “an unputdownable page-turner that deserves as much recognition as the television show that inspired it.” The Killing II is the novelisation of the second series of the show, once again following Detective Sarah Lund as she plunges headfirst into yet another complex murder mystery – this time involving the Danish Armed Forces – that only she can solve…

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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With David Hewson (Author, The Killing)

By Marty Mulrooney

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Alternative Magazine Online recently reviewed The Killing by British author David Hewson, describing it as “an unputdownable page-turner that deserves as much recognition as the television show that inspired it.” AMO is therefore proud to present an exclusive online interview with Mr Hewson, where we talk about the process of adapting the hit Danish TV show to the written page and his writing career as both a journalist and author of popular fiction.

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BOOK REVIEW – The Killing by David Hewson

By Marty Mulrooney

The Killing David Hewson

The Killing is a crime novel written by British author David Hewson, based upon the first series of the critically acclaimed Danish TV drama of the same name. The story follows Detective Inspector Sarah Lund as she investigates the brutal rape and murder of a 19-year-old woman named Nanna Birk Larsen. Author David Hewson researched the project by travelling to Copenhagen and consulting with The Killing writer and creator Søren Sveistrup. The result is a novelisation that offers a rich retelling of the hit TV series and includes an explosive final plot twist all of its own…

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