Anders Rydell is a journalist, editor, and author of nonfiction. As the head of culture at a major Swedish media group, he directs the coverage of arts and culture in fourteen newspapers. His two books on the Nazis, The Book Thieves and The Looters, have been translated into sixteen languages.
Henning Koch was born in Sweden but has spent most of his life in England, Spain, and Sardinia. Most recently he translated A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman. He has also written a short-story collection, Love Doesn’t Work, and a novel, The Maggot People.