So far this summer I've only read books in Swedish, which has been a nice and relaxing change since I usually end up reading in English because it's easier to find pirate copies.
Skymningstid (Dusk) is a political thriller set in 1970s Sweden written by Henrik Bromander. Like many other western European countries after WW2, "neutral" Sweden also had a Stay Behind movement, a network of cells training and preparing for armed resistance in case of a Soviet invasion. Unlike other countries like Norway and Italy, Sweden haven't had any official investigations or acknowledgements of this movement, even though it was very much a real thing. One of the few things we do know about the movement is that one of their bases of operation was Skandiahuset, where Stig Engström worked, the man pointed out by investigators last year as the likely murderer of prime minister Olof Palme. If that isn't fodder for some great conspiracy theories, or in this case a fictional account of a conspiracy, I don't know what is.
Svarta bär (Black berries (but actually it's blueberries?)) follows a group of Ukrainian berry pickers working in Lappland in 2020. The days are long, the working conditions horrible and the translated swearing very colorful.
The book I'm currently reading is about the terrorist attack on Utøya and is called You can flee from a madman but you can't hide from a society. It's really good, but I've had to put it down so many times because it really gets to me. Might have more to say about it when I've finished it.