OK, as I nagged Wolfchild into creating this section of the forum I'd better make sure it has some content as well. Paper walls (Pappersväggar) is JALs third book, published after Låt Den Rätte Komma In and Hanteringen av Odöda. It is a collection of short stories, out of which some readers of this forum have probably heard about the last one - Sluthanteringen (The Final Handling) which is a 97 page epilogue/sequel to Hanteringen av Odöda.
In all there are nine or ten stories in Paper Walls, between 5 and 97 pages long - The Final Handling being the longest with 97 pages, second longest is Gräns (Border), the first story in the book, at about 75 pages. The stories in the book deal with different aspects of both supernatural things and aspects of human nature and our imagination.
Gräns (Border) is about a female customs officer who is extremely good at identifying those people who are hiding something as they pass the border (smugglers normally). One day however she encounters a man who is definitely hiding something - but she cannot find out what...
By på höjden (Vertical village) is about a man living in a high flatblock which is accidently in Blackeberg. One day he notices that the building has suddenly started to lean somewhat to the side... This story contains a reference to LDRKI where the main character passes by the pool house "which had been closed for over ten years after some terrible things had happened there"
Majken (has actually been filmed!) is about a group of old ladies who extort revenge for their bad pensions by organised shoplifting on a large scale. Incidentally, the main character of this story also lives in Blackeberg
Pappersväggar (Paper Walls), ie the title story, is about a boy who gets a large cardboard box from his father's job and what happens when he starts playing in it.
Most of this text I alread wrote in a thread in the section for Handling the Undead, but I put it here as well to set it in its proper place. I'll try and add a bit more info about the book later.