Places, photos, facts.
It’s about six miles down the road to Bastuträsk. She lives in the long red house on the right-hand side as you’re coming into the village. It’s the third house. I know the family well.”
But his wife is still alive. The one in the picture here. Her name is Mildred, and she lives in Bjursele.
Bjursele was like a poster for the Västerbotten country village. It consisted of about twenty houses set relatively close together in a semicircle at one end of a lake. In the centre of the village was a crossroads with an arrow pointing towards Hemmingen, 101/2 miles, and another pointing ...
He arrived around 6:00 in the evening and took a room in the Hotel Norsjö.
At 4:00 in the afternoon, Burman parked his car outside a typical red Västerbotten farm near Norsjövallen, just north of Norsjö, and introduced Mikael to Henning Forsman, a retired master carpenter.
If he needed to talk to someone who knew more about the business, he should go and see a certain Burman, who had been the foreman and who now lived on a street called Solvändan.
Just short of the Härnösand Bridge he stopped to have coffee at the Vesterlund pastry shop.
Blomkvist had lunch in Umeå.