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Госпожица Смила и нейното усещане за сняг
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25 November 2006

Smilla's Sense of Snow

"Smilla's Sense of Snow", (or depending on the translation, "Miss Smilla's Feeling for Snow") was written by the Danish author Peter Høeg in 1992. He was already well-known in his home country, but the international success of the novel gave him world-wide recognition. "Smilla's Sense of Snow" topped the bestseller lists in many countries, and Time, People, and Entertainment Weekly Magazines all selected it as their "Book of the Year" for 1993.

At the heart of the story is glacier expert and half-Inuit Smilla Qaavigaaq Jaspersen, who many people feel is one of the strongest, most intriguing female characters to appear in fiction in a very long time. The novel is filled with action, suspense, and a mystery that will leave you guessing to the end.

It happened in the Copenhagen snow. A six-year-old boy, a Greenlander like Smilla, fell to his death from the top of his apartment building. While the boy's body is still warm, the police pronounce it an accident. But Smilla doubts her young neighbour fell from the rooftop on his own. Soon she is following a path of clues as clear to her as footsteps in the snow. For her dead neighbour and for herself, she must embark on a harrowing journey of lies, revelation, and violence that will take her back to the world of ice and snow from which she comes, where an explosive secret waits beneath the ice...

About the Author
Peter  Hoeg

Peter Hoeg is a respected Danish author and well-known throughout the world. His acclaimed novels have been translated into many languages. His works include "Smilla's Sense of Snow" (which brought him the 1992 Glass Key Award from the Crime Writers of Scandinavia), "Borderliners", "The Woman and the Ape", and "The History of Danish Dreams". In his early years he was a sailor, actor, athlete, ballet dancer, and in 1996 he initiated a foundation for the support of women and children in third world countries.

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