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Jussis Krimi-Buch-Café
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Jussis Krimi-Buch-Café
© Johannes Beschoner
Jussis Krimi-Buch-Café
© Johannes Beschoner
Jussis Krimi-Buch-Café
© Bianca Jarske
Jussis Krimi-Buch-Café
© Bianca Jarske

Jussis crime book café

Scandinavian crime novels and good cake

Those who love Scandinavian crime novels and good cake will feel at home here!

Have you read the latest crime novel by Jussi Adler-Olsen? Would you like to chase a murderer through the wide, deserted landscapes of Iceland again - at least in the head cinema? Then Jussi is just the place for you! This unique combination of café and bookshop specialises in the Scandinavian crime genre.

Time for Fika

In a cosy atmosphere, supported by the chic Scandinavian design of the interior, you can browse through crime novels from Scandinavia while enjoying delicious coffee and a piece of cake - homemade, of course! Even vegan bookworms will be satisfied, as vegan cake variations and soy milk are available daily. Every Sunday there is also a joint crime scene watch.

Nowhere to go: Just take a break, have a coffee with friends or family and enjoy a break from everyday life. In Sweden and Finland, this is called Fika.

From Astrid Lindgren to Henning Mankell

Jussi is a perfect destination for the whole family. In addition to thrillers, there is also a large selection of children's books by Scandinavian authors such as Astrid Lindgren and Sven Nordqvist.

Who is Jussi?

Connoisseurs of Scandinavian crime fiction will be familiar with the name Jussi. Jussi is the Finnish form of John and a popular name in Scandinavia. The successful Danish author Adler-Olsen and Commissioner Wallander's dog in the detective novels by Henning Mankell are both named Jussi.

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