Árni Þórarinsson

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Árni Þórarinsson in 2015.

Árni Þórarinsson is an Icelandic writer born in Reykjavík on 1 August 1950. He received his B.A. in 1973 from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England.[1]

He started out as a journalist and has worked in print, radio, and television. In 1989 he was on the board of the Reykjavik Film festival. His first novel was in that same year and was a crime novel. He has written several other crime novels some of which may become films.


Einar crime novel series[edit]

  • Nóttin hefur þúsund augu (1998)
  • Hvíta kanínan (2000)
  • Blátt tungl (2001)
  • Tími nornarinnar (2005) (English translation by Anna Yates: Season of the Witch, 2012)
  • Dauði trúðsins (2007)
  • Sjöundi sonurinn (2008)
  • Morgunengill (2010)
  • Ár kattarins (2012)
  • Glæpurinn - Ástarsaga (2013)

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Festival Les Boréales, à Caen. Rencontres littéraires, au musée des beaux-arts". Normandie-actu. Retrieved 3 March 2016.

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