Sarah Lund is back


Not sure about the new knitwear, but the cagoule doesn’t seemed to have changed. She can sniff out an unsafe arrest all the way from the Swedish border. More rain so far this series than last – which reminds me of the US version of the first season. They may all start merging into one big damp woollen murder mystery.

During the double bill on Saturday night there was an awful lot of information to take in – look away from the screen for a moment and you’re scrambling for the remote control rewind button. But dense initial set up plotting or no, it’s just good to have Sarah Lund back. No one can stare into space quite like Sofie Gråbøl.

And now back to the knitwear – more straightforward knitting pattern, I suppose… just the one colour wool. (For the actual Sarah Lund knitting pattern visit the Radio Times website) What’s the verdict?

Sophie Grabol in her new knitwear

Catch up on BBC iPlayer or the rerun on BBC4 on Wednesday night.


About Eva Hudson
Eva Hudson is an author who specialises in writing crime thrillers featuring strong female leads. Eva was born and raised in south London and now splits her time between the Sussex countryside and central London. She’s been a government officer, singer, dotcom entrepreneur, portrait artist, web designer and project manager. In 2011 she won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for her first novel, political thriller, The Loyal Servant.

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