1 edition of The Swede found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||Robert Karjel ; translation from the Swedish by Nancy Pick and Robert Karjel|
|Contributions||Pick, Nancy, translator|
|LC Classifications||PT9876.21.A67 D4313 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||2015003363|
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The Swede is one of those fast-paced, plot driven stories that always had me guessing. There's a lot of time jumping and head hopping in the first half of the book.
There are definitely a lot of loose threads that eventually coalesce into a single plot with revelations galore/5. I was interested in reading The Swede for a variety of reasons.
Having spent a lot of time in Sweden, the idea of having a Swedish main character I thought would be fascinating. Also, as a gay man, I have been searching for a book with an LGBTQ main character that wasn't part of /5(60).
Dale Mayers Swede: Seals of Honor, book four of the Seals of Honor series blew me away. I havent had the pleasure previously to read any works by Dale Mayer but that is definitly abou to change.
The characters were engaging and the world build up was amazing/5. Charles Bowers Momsen (J – ), nicknamed "Swede", was born in Flushing, New York.
He was an American pioneer in submarine rescue for the United States Navy, and he invented the underwater escape device later called the "Momsen lung", for which he received the Navy Distinguished Service Medal in In MayMomsen directed the rescue of the crew of Battles/wars: World War II, **Pacific War.
George Swede (Latvian: Juris Švēde), (born as Juris Puriņš, Novem in Riga, Latvia) is a Latvian Canadian psychologist, poet and children's writer who lives in Toronto, is a major figure in English-language haiku, known for his wry, poignant observations. [citation needed.
"Swede Hollow" is a ravine on the east side of St. Paul, Minnesota. Today, it is like a haunting former industrial site overtaken by nature with a bike path running through it. But in the s and early s, more than a thousand new immigrants, mostly Swedes, once gathered in this makeshift city.
High infant mortality rates, a plethora of workplace accidents and other.