Jussi Adler-Olsen (born 1950) is the internationally best selling author the new crime novel The Keeper of Lost Causes (Published as Mercy in the UK). We reviewed this book a while ago here and immediately put it in our list of must-read books. After following several different courses of study and engaging in various professions, Jussi embarked on his literary career with two books about Groucho Marx in 1984. His bestsellers include the thriller Alfabethuset (Alphabet House) (1997) and, most recently, Journal 64 (2010).
In this video, the author talks about The Keeper of Lost Causes (or Mercy in the U.K.) and how he thinks he is different from authors such as Stieg Larsson or Jo Nesbø.
We hope you enjoy this interview and below you can find the link to his latest translated book as well (click on the image).
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