Kristina Ohlsson

Kristina Ohlsson Kristina Ohlsson (born 2 March 1979) is a Swedish political scientist and award-winning writer.

She grew up in Kristianstad and then moved to Gothenburg, where she studied Political Science. Then, she obtained a master’s degree in political science and crisis management from the Swedish Defence University in Stockholm. Ohlsson has worked as a Counter-Terrorism Officer at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; she has also worked for the Swedish Security Service, for the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and for the Swedish National Defense College. She lives in Stockholm.

Besides her adult fiction, which includes a series featuring investigative analyst Fredrika Bergman, Ohlsson has also written a popular trilogy of children's suspense novels. In 2010, she was awarded the Stabilo Prize for Best Crime Writer of Southern Sweden. In 2013, she received the Children's Novel Award from Sveriges Radio. In 2017, she was awarded the Crimetime Specsavers Award for children's crime fiction.

Ohlsson's first novel ''Unwanted'' was adapted for Swedish TV as ''Sthlm Rekviem'' (''Stockholm Requiem'' on Walter Presents in the UK). Provided by Wikipedia
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