|Tor Edvin Dahl|
|Born|| Tor Edvin Dahl|
10 September 1943
|Occupation||Novelist, short story writer, playwright, crime fiction writer, children's writer|
|Notable works||Guds tjener, Etterforskning pågår|
|Notable awards|| Gyldendal's Endowment, 1973|
Riverton Prize, 1973
Bastian Prize, 1986
|Spouse|| Aud Josefsen 1965–84|
Anne Skjelmerud 1986–
Tor Edvin Dahl (born 10 September 1943) is a Norwegian novelist, crime fiction writer, playwright, children's writer, non-fiction writer, translator, literary critic and journalist. He made his literary debut in 1968 with the short story collection En sommer tung av regn. His first novel was Den andre from 1972, and his literary breakthrough was the novel Guds tjener from 1973.
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