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Sjöwall, Maj, 1935-2020

LC control no.n 79121396
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPT9876.29.J63
Personal name headingSjöwall, Maj, 1935-2020
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Variant(s)Wahlöö, Maj Sjöwall, 1935-2020
Other standard no.0000000121479135
Associated countrySweden
Associated placeScandinavia
Birth date1935-09-25
Death date2020-04-29
Place of birthStockholm (Sweden)
Place of deathLandskrona (Sweden)
Field of activityNoir fiction Detective and mystery stories
Profession or occupationNovelists Authors
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Found inHer Mannen som gick upp i rök, 1966.
New York times, May 6, 2020 (Maj Sjowall; born Sept. 25, 1935 in Stockholm, died Apr. 29 in Landskrona, Sweden, aged 84; Godmother of Nordic Noir; Swedish novelist who collaborated with her companion, Per Wahloo, on a series of [10] celebrated police procedurals that heralded the crime-fiction genre of Nordic Noir (including the wildly successful books of Stieg Larsson); their first novel, Roseanna (1965), introduced Martin Beck, an indefatigable, taciturn homicide detective in Stockholm)
Associated languageswe
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