of the psychological thriller, Inger Frimansson has emerged
as one of Sweden's foremost female crime writers. Novels such
as Katten som inte dog (The Cat that Didn't Die) concentrate
on an inner psychological and emotional landscape, and the
causes or effects of crime from the individual's perspective.
God natt min älskade (Goodnight, my love) won
her the Swedish Detective Fiction Academy's prize for best
crime novel of 1998.