Books by Mons Kallentoft
About the books
When Mons Kallentoft (b. 1968) had his debut novel Pesetas published, he was subsequently awarded the prestigious Katapultpriset, the Swedish Writers Association’s Award for Best Debut Novel 2000. His second novel Marbella Club further increased his reputation as one of Sweden's most interesting new writers, a position which was cemented with Food Noir, a multi-awarded collection of groundbreaking essays on food and travel.
In 2007, Midvinterblod (Midwinter Sacrifice/Midwinter Blood) - his fourth novel and first venture into Scandi crime fiction - became quickly one of the bestselling books in Sweden. His second book about police inspector Malin Fors, Sommardöden (Summertime Death/Summer Death) was published in May 2008 and was followed by Höstoffer (Autumn Killing) in May 2009, Vårlik (Savage Spring/Spring Remains) in May 2010 and Den Femte Årstiden (The Fifth Season) in June 2011, Vattenänglar (Water Angels) in August 2012, Air Souls in November 2013, Jordstorm (Earth storm) in November 2014 and Eldjägarna (Fire Hunters) in October 2015.
The latest book about Malin Fors is Djävulsdoften (Devils Scent) and was published in October 2016.
In 2011 Midwinter Sacrifice was published in UK, Australia and Canada. It was followed by Summertime Death and Autumn Killing in 2012, Savage Spring in 2013 and The Fifth Season in April 2014. In 2012 Midwinter Blood was published in USA, and was followed by Summer Death in 2013, Autumn Killing in September 2014, Water Angels in April 2015 and Souls of Air in October 2016.
The Malin Fors crime series are now available in more than 28 countries.
Zack is the first book in the Hercules Series written by Mons Kallentoft and co-writer Markus Lutteman. Zack was published in Swedish in June 2014 and is by now translated into French, Dutch, Polish, Czech and Danish among others and will be published in USA in 2017. Leon is the second book and Bambi the third in the series. Bambi was published in Swedish in June 2016.
Click on the titles (to the right) to read about each book, and to find out in which country it is available. Below you will find links to interviews in different languages.