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 1955 (age 59–60)
Occupation Writer
Nationality Norwegian
Genre Thriller
Notable awards Riverton Prize (2006)

Tom Kristensen is a Norwegian writer, best known for his books in the thriller genre.

Born in 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: Profitæren (The Profiteer)
  • 2006: Dødsriket (Realm of the Dead)
  • 2008: Dragen (The Dragon)
  • 2010: Dypet (The Deep)


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