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'Potter's Field' takes some of the Icelandic political intrigue from earlier this century and reworks them in a contemporary international context.
Paperback, 482 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Mare's Nest (first published 1996)
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Poor, really poor.
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I was rather disappointed in this book all 482 pages. it was not a crime book other than people did die. It was like an epic read.
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Ólafur Gunnarsson was born in Reykjavík on July 18, 1948. He completed a commercial diploma from The Commercial College of Iceland in 1968. Ólafur worked for the merchant Ásbjörn Ólafsson hf. from 1965-1971 and was a driver with the Reykjavík medical emergency services from 1972-1978. Ólafur has worked as a writer since 1974.

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