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Arctic chill
Arnaldur Indridason
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Arnaldur Indriðason was born in Reykjavík January 28, 1961 and writes crime fiction. He is the son of writer Indriði G. Þorsteinsson. Arnaldur graduated with a degree in history from the University of Iceland in 1996. Arnaldur's first published book, Sons of Dust (Synir duftsins) in 1997, is the first in the Detective Erlendur series. Arnaldur's books have been published in twenty-six countries and have been translated into Russian, Polish, German, Greek, Danish, Catalan, English, Italian, Czech, Swedish, Norwegian, Dutch, Finnish, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian, Chinese, Croatian, Romanian and French. He won the Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award in 2005 for the novel Silence of the Grave. Arnaldur lives in Reykjavík with his wife and three children. (Bowker Author Biography)

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main characters Erlendur Sveinsson
Male
Age: 50
Divorced
Investigating the murder of a dark-skinned Asian boy; obsessed with missing persons cases since the death of his younger brother years ago; discovers tension beneath the liberal, multicultural society; learns the fate of Thai women brought to Iceland, married and soon divorced, left to raise their children alone.
Detective inspector

Sigurdur Oli
Male
Erlendur's partner.
Detective inspector



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