Crime and punishment with considerable accuracy
Anna Karolina is the Police officer who became a writer. Entering a writer’s education in the middle of her career was the first leap to what was going to be an outstanding authorship. By portraying the antiheroes, their complicated relationships, and their fight against everyone – including themselves – she quickly became one of Sweden’s most notable crime authors.
Both critics and readers were amazed when Anna Karolina’s first novel Savage Congress (Stöld av babian) appeared on the bookshelves. The book was the first one in the series about the notorious Police officer Amanda Paller and the cash-in-transit robber Adnan Nasimi. Anna Karolina got her inspiration for the books from her own career at the Robbery Unit in Sweden. But she didn’t want her books to portray solely the investigators, but the lives of the criminals as well. She wanted to tell the story about how leaving criminal activities isn’t always risk free.
With her fifteen years of experience Anna Karolina created a world of crime and punishment with considerable accuracy. So much so, that her books have become wildly popular in custodies. Would you like to read Anna Karolina’s books after being arrested, you would have to sign up on a waiting list.
In addition to the Amanda Paller series she has written the book Seven Figures (Sjusiffrigt) and co-written two books in the Herkules-series with the Swedish author Mons Kallentoft.
2018 – 2019 – Co-writer for the Herkules-series, Falco and Albino
2017 – Seven Figures (Sjusiffrigt), crime novel
2016 – Lost Face (Förlorat ansikte), crime novel
2015 – And None Remain (Står dig ingen åter), crime novel
2014 – Savage Congress (Stöld av babian), crime novel