Tom Kristensen (author)

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This article is about the Norwegian writer. For the Danish writer, see Tom Kristensen (poet). For the racing driver, see Tom Kristensen.
Tom Kristensen
Born Tom Kristensen
(1955-05-29) 29 May 1955 (age 61)
Tjøme, Norway
Occupation Writer
Language Norwegian
Nationality Norwegian
Genre Thriller
Notable works Profitøren (2005), A Killing (2001)
Notable awards Riverton Prize (2006)
Children 3

Tom Kristensen (born 29 May 1955) is a Norwegian writer, best known for his books in the thriller genre.

He was born on 29 May 1955. Kristensen has a career that includes banking, industrial management and international financial consultancy.[1]

His first book, En kule (A Killing), was published in 2001.[2]

He received the Riverton Prize in 2006.[3]


  • 2001: En kule (A Killing)
  • 2002: Hvitvasking (Laundering)
  • 2003: Freshwater
  • 2005: Profitøren (The Profiteer)
  • 2006: Dødsriket (Realm of the Dead)
  • 2008: Dragen (The Dragon)
  • 2010: Dypet (The Deep)
  • 2012: Korsbæreren (The Crusader)


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