Kristina Ohlsson (b. 1979) is a political scientist and until recently held the position of Counter-Terrorism Officer at OSCE (the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe). She has previously worked at the Swedish Security Service, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Swedish National Defense College, where she was a junior expert on the Middle East conflict and the foreign policy of the European Union. She made her debut in 2009 with Unwanted,
the first installment in a series featuring investigative analyst Fredrika Bergman. Ohlsson's two following novels, The Daisy
and Guardian Angels
, were both shortlisted for the Swedish Academy of Crime Writers' Award
for 'Best Crime Novel of the Year' in 2010 and 2011 respectively. Kristina's children's fiction debut The Glass Children
, the first installment in a trilogy about three 12-year-old friends in a small town, was published in 2013 and received rave reviews.
Kristina Ohlsson is rapidly becoming one of Sweden's most popular crime writers, and was awarded the 2010 Stabilo Prize
for 'Best Crime Writer of Southern Sweden'.
"No one creates intrigues like she does. It is simply brilliant."––Maj Sjöwall
"The writing is tense, dense and very atmospheric. The stories sharp and impossible to let go. Kristina Ohlsson is a true queen of scandinavian crime."––Måns Kallentoft
"Kristina Ohlssons has managed to do what many before her have tried: to take the Swedish crime novel to a new and unexpected level."––Arne Dahl
by Kristina Ohlsson
Bobby T brought the bad weather. Strong winds and heavy July showers across the Swedish capital, with temperatures belying the season even by Scandinavian standards. When Bobby barges into the law offices of Benner &...
According to an old Israeli urban legend, the Paper Boy comes alive at night. He arrives with the darkness and no one can stop him from taking his victims. Nowadays not many remember the story about the Paper Boy. On a c...