I write chilling thrillers and crime stories set in Greenland, Scandinavia, and Scotland. I spent seven years in Greenland, working at, among other places, the Greenland Police Academy. My experiences have shaped my stories, as did the seven years I spent in Scotland before “becoming Danish”.
My thrillers feature the first female member of the elite Danish Sirius Sledge Patrol: Konstabel Fenna Brongaard, a retired Greenlandic policeman: David Maratse, and, soon, a Scottish-born Danish Detective: Freja Hansen.
Crime and adventure in the Arctic. If Jack London wrote Police Procedurals, Constable David Maratse would fit right in.
The Constable David Maratse series of crime novellas is set in Greenland, following the early career of Greenlandic Police Constable David Maratse.
Each novella features aspects of Greenlandic culture and tradition, based on the author's experience of living and working in Greenland for seven years.
Arctic Noir doesn't get more authentic than this.
As the wolf debate heats up during Denmark’s hottest and driest summer on record, wildlife biologist Jon Østergård and his teenage daughter relocate to the West Jutland village of Thyrup, to study problem wolves in a community divided by fear, belief, opinions and violence.
When hurricane-force winds ravage the ice-locked barren Northeast coast of Greenland in the depths of winter, a team of two men and thirteen dogs from the Sirius Sledge Patrol are cut off from the outside world.