Kajsa Ingemarsson is one of Sweden’s bestselling novelists, already beloved throughout Europe. Her novels are warm and compassionate, where the reader finds people, settings, and events that are current, compelling, and relatable. Her writing style is entertaining and stylish, put forth in a conversational tone that is, at same time, smart and expertly developed to lead the reader through the personal development that is the foundation of her stories.
In the same tradition as Nora Roberts, Mitch Albom and Julie Powell, Kajsa Ingemarsson represents a new generation of contemporary fiction. With almost a million readers in Sweden alone, she is one of Sweden’s greatest bestsellers of all times.
On a deeper level, Ingemarsson relates with finesse and humor the little things that make everyday people heroic in their own lives. Individual happiness can look very different from one person to another, as is revealed in each of her stories.
Having worked with counterespionage, diplomacy and translations, then as an international model and, currently, a regular guest on radio and TV, Ingemarsson often shows her humorous side. In person or from her pen, Ingemarsson is a complex person who brings style and clever wit to all her endeavors.