Alexander Ahndoril

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Alexander Ahndoril
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Alexander Ahndoril at Bokmässan in Gothenburg in 2010.
Born
Alexander Gustafson

(1967-01-20) 20 January 1967 (age 55)
OccupationNovelist and playwright
Spouse(s)Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril

Alexander Ahndoril (born 20 January 1967 in Upplands Väsby, Stockholm), made his literary debut at the age of 22 with the love story Den äkta kvinnan (The True Woman, 1989). He has since authored nine novels, screenplays, radio scripts and stage plays.[1]

Among the works that have gathered most attention is Regissören (The Director, 2006) a novel about Ingmar Bergman. Regissören was nominated for several awards, including the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize and has been translated into 11 languages.[1]

Together with his wife Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril, Alexander writes under the pseudonym Lars Kepler,[2] author of the Joona Linna series.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (http://www.thinkweb.bg), PixelHouse.bg (office@pixelhouse.bg), powered by th!nkcms. "Lars Kepler". enthusiast.bg. Archived from the original on 7 November 2017. Retrieved 2 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Lars Kepler - Lars Kepler". Lars Kepler (in Swedish). Retrieved 2 November 2017.