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Written from the point of view of an ordinary German soldier, it shows the collapse of traditional European values, and the horrors of war that makes no difference between soldiers on the front and civilians back home.
Joe Boyle stumbles into big-time trouble when he delivers a message to mobster Mark Renzo from fellow mob man Vetter.
Swing Troubadour, the hero of La Ronde de nuit (Night Rounds, the title contains an allusion to Rembrandt’s The Night Watch), is a gestapiste who is ordered to join the Resistance.
In Ragnarok, The Downfall of the Gods Sørensen took his subject from the 10th-century Icelandic poem Völuspá, in which Ragnarok is the great battle which provides a climax for the "Twilight of the Gods" in Norse Mythology.
The Promised Land is a highly engaging novel by one of the most widely read and filmed European authors, Erich Maria Remarque.
The Three Homeless One was an autobiographical work, which continued in David Ramms' Inheritance. They received mostly good reviews, but as a writer Andersson remained unknown to the wider public.