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About Lone Theils

Lone Theils used to live in London where she worked as a correspondent for the national Danish newspaper Politiken and also did work for television stations on a regular basis.  In 2016 Lone moved to Denmark where she now works as a full time author.

She has been working as a journalist for almost 20 years, the majority of that in London, writing, doing television and radio. She has covered conflicts i Kosovo and Northern Ireland and also contributed to two guide books on London and Dublin. October 2015 a biography written in collaboration with the Danish globetrotter Jens Bjerre will be released.

Fatal Crossing is her first novel and was inspired by a true story, where some pictures of unknown girls, taken at Copenhagen’s Central Station, mysteriously appeared in the hands of an American serial killer. It introduces the heroine Nora Sand, who is going to feature in a series of planned novels.

In her limited spare time she likes to kickbox.

Agent

Lina Vozzi Salazar Literary Agent & Contracts Manager
Tel: +46-(0)73-3916588
lina@nordinagency.se

9788711512951

Den blå digters kone – The blue poet’s wife

The famous poet Manash Ishmail was separated from his wife Amina during his escape from Iran to Denmark. She seems to have vanished into thin air and he asks Global’s London correspondent Nora Sand for help. The search for Amina sends Nora to hidden cities, where refugees hide in constant fear of the authorities. Nora becomes a danger to herself as she is thrown into a world where some lives matter less than others.

The Blue Poet’s Wife is the second book in Lone Theils’ series about Nora Sand, which began with Fatal Crossing.

Rights sold to

Estonia, Varrak
Finland, Basam Books
Greece, Metaixmio
The Netherlands, Ambo Anthos
Poland, Foksal
Portugal, Penguin Random House
Sweden, Norstedts
UK, Arcadia Books

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Pigerne fra Englandsbåden – Fatal Crossing

Two Danish girls disappear without a trace on board the England ferry in 1985. Several years later, a picture of the girls turns up in an old trunk at a second hand dealer’s in the English coastal village of Brine.

Journalist Nora Sand, who works in London for the Danish newspaper Globalt, looks into the story and travels to Denmark in order to investigate the girls’ motley past at a youth institution. She soon finds herself entangled in a case about a monstrous serial killer serving a life sentence at the infamous prison Wolf Hall. Events escalate and Nora suddenly has to fear for her own life.

Rights sold to:

The Czech Republic, Euromedia
Estonia, Varrak
Finland, Aula & Co
Germany, Rowohlt
Greece, Metaixmio
Japan, Hayakawa
The Netherlands, Ambo Anthos
Poland, Foksal
Portugal, Penguin Random House
Russia, Eksmo
Slovakia, Ikar
Spain, Edhasa
Sweden, Norstedts
UK, Arcadia Books

 

@ 2016 Lone Theils