I recently spent 3 days in Iceland and it left me wanting much more. So far, I've read Burial Rites by Hannah Kent, which was a fascinating account (fiction based on fact) of the last woman executed in Iceland in the early 1800's.
I also watched the first season of Trapped (now streaming on Amazon Prime), which is a 10-episode thriller about a body found off the coast of Seyðisfjörður, Iceland, which is where the weekly ferry from Denmark docks. I started watching it merely because it was set in Iceland (and the language is Icelandic, with English subtitles) but after about 10 minutes, I was hooked and binge-watched the series in about 3 days. The characters are complex, the plot draws you in and the scenery (especially the snow) is beautiful. The entire show, including the acting, is extremely well-crafted. I am hoping that there is a season 2 coming, but in the meantime, if you are at all interested in Iceland, I would highly recommend this series.