Rina Brundu was born in Villanova Strisaili, a small town in the Sardinian province of Ogliastra. After graduating in Modern Languages and Literature, she moved to Ireland where she still lives and works.
Creator of the Sardinian detective Don Osvaldo Da Silva Ochoa, she published her first short-story The wake in a Sardinian magazine while still at University, while Tana di Volpe (Fox Den, 2003) is her first novel. In May 2006, she edited Isole, Scritture Letterarie, Momenti d'Ogliastra, the first anthology of the new Ogliastra Province which contains the works of several well-known linguists, journalists and writers as well as many of her own articles. In July 2006, she won the AVANT GARDEN LITERARY PRIZE with her short-story Sirbone A writer with a strong interest in journalism, her works have been published in the national weekly magazine Diario, in the literary reviews Pentelite and I Siracusani, and in many websites.
Again, in May 2006, Tana di Volpe and her author have been included in the prestigious Sardinian literature "In presenza di tutte le lingue del mondo" by university professor Giuseppe Marci. This textbook is published by the university publisher CUEC.
Terza Pagina World is Rina Brundu's first online literary product. See also Premio Letterario L'indizio Nascosto - The Hidden Clue Award, Italian Crime Writer of the Year, Manifesto Net - Navigo, Ergo Sum, Giallografia and Twenty Rules for Writing a Detective Novel (in English)