Madeleine F. (2016)
Madeleine F. is a novel about searching. For a mystical, talented person, who seems to have vanished into thin air. And about the searching for inspiration and identity.
A shift in time (2016)
In this book – following The Jesus Mystery from 2006 – Lena Einhorn expands on, and analyzes in detail, the so called Time Shift Hypothesis. In historical sources written at the same time as the New Testament, she points to a number of seemingly analogous, but chronologically shifted, parallels to the story of Jesus and his disciples.
Blekingegatan 32 (2013)
A novel about the woman who was to become Greta Garbo. The story begins in Greta’s impoverished childhood home in the district of Södermalm, Stockholm, and takes us via the Swedish Royal Drama School to her life as the world´s biggest movie star. But what did she leave behind?
Siri (2011)
This is a novel about the life of the Baroness Siri von Essen, before, during and after her marriage to author August Strindberg. Siri is a strong woman with an appetite for life, a woman who dares to break with the social rules of her time, and especially those of her own class.
Om Strindberg (On Strindberg; 2010)
Lena Einhorn is editor of this richly illustrated anthology on Swedish author August Strindberg. The book contains a collection of stories about Strindberg, written by a prominent collection of writers: authors of fiction, Strindberg experts, gender researchers and journalists.
Återblick (Looking back - Jerusalem, Cairo, Addis Abeba, Bombay; 2009)
Well tucked away but still not forgotten. A plastic bag filled with photographs is the origin of this book. The photographs brought back memories - which turned into stories – of  events and observations, occurring in Israel, Egypt, Ethiopia and India, more than 25 years ago.
Vad hände på vägen till Damaskus? (What happened on the road to Damaskus? The Jesus mystery; 2006)
In this book Lena Einhorn seeks the historical truth behind the Jesus story, by comparing New Testament texts with contemporary historical sources. To her surprise, she discovers significant similarities between the Gospel accounts and events portrayed by first century historian Flavius Josephus. But twenty years too late.    
Ninas resa (Nina's journey; 2005)
Nina Einhorn was one of the very last to leave the Warsaw ghetto alive. The adult Nina wanted to tell. Her own words, remarkably simple and straight, characterize this survival story written by her daughter, Lena.
Handelsresande i liv (Trading in lives; 1999)
In Stockholm, a hitherto almost unknown game takes place behind the scenes. A game with the express purpose of trying to save the lives that might yet be saved from Hitler's death camps. But it is not governments and states that drive this game, it is individuals - daring individuals who do not hesitate to make impossible contacts. A penetrating study that raises many new questions.