Helene Tursten (born in Gothenburg in 1954) is a Swedish writer of crime fiction. The main character in her stories is Detective Inspector Irene Huss. Before becoming an author, Tursten worked as a nurse and then a dentist, but was forced to leave due to illness. During her illness she worked as a translator of medical articles.
- 1998 - Den krossade tanghästen (English translation: Detective Inspector Huss, 2003)
- 1999 - Nattrond (English translation: Night Rounds, 2012)
- 1999 - Tatuerad torso (English translation: The Torso, 2006)
- 2002 - Kallt mord
- 2002 - Glasdjävulen (English translation: The Glass Devil, 2007)
- 2004 - Guldkalven (English translation: The Golden Calf, 2013)
- 2005 – Eldsdansen (English translation: The Fire Dance, 2014)
- 2007 – En man med litet ansikte
- 2008 – Det lömska nätet
- 2010 – Den som vakar i mörkret
Tursten has also written two non-Irene Huss books..
Several films have been made derived from Tursten's works featuring Irene Huss, produced by Illusion Films and Yellow Bird Films. These are in Swedish with Danish and English sub-titles. The production of more films has been underway since early 2011. See the Swedish page for a listing.
- Video introduction by Helene Tursten (in Swedish) to Irene Huss films made for Swedish TV.
- Trailer for The Torso (in Swedish).
- Review of Detective Inspector Huss in January Magazine.
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