Arne Dahl went to the Netherlands on a PR trip in June 2009. The schedule was full of interviews and other events related to the release of "Bijbelse Wateren" (translated to English as "Many waters"). During a few days in the beginning of June, Arne Dahl visited Amsterdam, Groningen and Breda.
This is a photo from an interview with Frank Heinen for the literary web magazine 8 weekly:
The Dutch crime novel magazine Crimezone was represented by Kees de Bree:
There were also a number of other interviews, for example the Duch thriller web site Misdaadromans.nl
Outside the small town of Eelderwolde, there are a number of Nordic themed houses in the so called "Scandinavian Village". Arne Dahl visited the village during a special fair, created for Dutch people interested in vacations and career opportunities in any of the Nordic countries. Arne Dahl talked about being a crime writer and he also did a book signing. Paola Stevens, Arne Dahl's Dutch editor from the publisher De Geus, interviewed Arne and did a short reading from the book:
Arne Dahl met Dutch fans and signed his new book:
Haren is a small town outside Groningen in the north of Holland. Arne Dahl presented his new book for an audience in the local bookshop:
He also did a number of interviews in Groningen, for example for the literary magazine "Munin", which mainly writes about Scandinavian themes.
And also Jan Kievit from the newspaper "Het Noorden":
And off to a live interview for the local radio. The interview was in english and was published on the following link.