Press & Reviews
The Man in the Corduroy Suit REVIEWS

"Wolff is particularly good at making his lead, who could have been a colorless figure in lesser hands, sympathetic, and delivers some truly knockout twists. John le Carré admirers will be hungry for more.” ---Publishers Weekly

"With a precision in his use of language suggestive of a poet who sidelines as a surgeon, Wolff manages to create books that appeal to those who love spy stories and to those who loathe them." ---Morning Star

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Reviews The Hand That Feeds You

"A provocative, heady, and incredibly smart thriller based in Uruguay detailing the chaos that occurs after a crime."---LoveReading 

“Here’s a superior piece of crime writing, written in a punchy, filmic style reminiscent, surprisingly enough, of Damon Galgut’s Booker Prize winning The Promise."---Crime Time

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Katja Ivar Interview in Publishers Weekly: Daylight is no Shield

Katja Ivar Interview in Publishers Weekly LINK.


What else about Finland distinguishes it from other Northern European countries? When I started researching, I realized that Finland had one of the first female policemen in the region, Hilker Hotma, but she didn’t stay in the force because there was so much misogyny. The more I read about that, the more I realized that women at the time I write about were still confined to roles that men wouldn’t do, even in such a very progressive country as Finland, which was the first country in Europe to give women the right to vote and was the first country in Europe to let women run for office.

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Trouble Reviews
Hella pursues that cold case as well as disturbing discoveries from her look into Heikkinen’s history. Ivar balances the complex plotlines perfectly. Fans of multifaceted female leads will be riveted.”—Publishers Weekly  Read more
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