I’m a Danish writer, living in Copenhagen, Denmark. I have made a living being an author for more than twenty years. My debut was back in 1995 with the horror novel ‘Kat’ which was later filmed. I work in different genres, ranging from horror to suspense and thrillers. My style is often short, minimalistic and dark. Don’t expect happy endings or typical light works of genre. I am not here to please. But you are welcome to come along at your own risk. Just don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I have published 25+ books in Danish. Several have been translated into other languages counting English, German, Spanish, Finnish, Sweedish and Norwegian. Movie rights have been sold to a number of the books, and two have actually been filmed. Radio Plays have been based upon my novels, both in Denmark and in Iceland.
Two times nominated for the award Best Horror Book of the Year, one time winner. Also nominated for the award The Glas Key given to The Best Nordic Crime Story of the Year.
The scent of strangers greets Maja as she arrives back at her apartment after a vacation in Hawaii. However, the Italians who rented the place while she was away has left more behind than just a scent. A nightmare is ready to unfold.
A blur of non-chronological chapters, this dark gangster tale is set in fairytale Copenhagen, Denmark as the first snow of the winter covers the city streets. It’s the late 90s and the Russian mafia is taking over the streets, dealing first class Russian dope. A couple of stupid, Danish, lowlife junkies decide to steal some of that dope.
When Sabotage Group BB hits the heart of a secret branch of the Gestapo working from a hotel in Copenhagen, they end up unleashing hell. A dirty scheme is in play. Now, they are hunted, and not only by the Nazis.
A Horror Noir Short Story.
A hellish ride on the Metro train one night in Copenhagen…
Written as a tribute to Edgar Allan Poe, with obvious links to his tale William Wilson, this short story leads you into a cold nightmare of rape and mixed identities.
There is an informer inside the Sabotage Group BB. Death is waiting around every corner. It is time to ask yourself this one question: Who can be trusted?
‘The Informer’ was nominated ‘Best Nordic Crime Novel’ of the year and selected one of the best 36 books ever for a relaxing read on the beach by the major Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende.