Malin Persson Giolito
Malin Persson Giolito
Swedish writer Malin Persson Giolito at Helsinki Book Fair in 2009
Anna Malin Ulrika Persson Giolito
25 September 1969
|Störst av allt (Quicksand)|
|Home town||Djursholm, Sweden|
|Parent(s)||Leif G. W. Persson (father)|
Birgitta Liedstrand (mother)
Anna Malin Ulrika Persson Giolito (born 25 September 1969 in Stockholm) is a Swedish author and lawyer. She is the daughter of novelist and criminologist, Leif G. W. Persson. Persson Giolito wrote the award-winning book Störst av allt (Quicksand) which has won the awards for Best Swedish Crime Novel in 2016, Glass Key Award in 2017 and the Prix du Polar Européen in 2018.
Persson Giolito graduated from Uppsala University in 1994 and initially worked at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. She earned a master's degree in European law from the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. She has also studied at Stockholm University in Sweden and at the Université catholique de l'Ouest in France.
From 1997 to 2007, Persson Giolito was employed by the law firm Mannheimer Swartling but left when she was expecting her third child. In 2008, she worked as a lawyer in competition law at the European Commission in Brussels and begin writing novels with her first, Dubbla slag, being published by Piratförlaget.
Persson Giolito writing debut began in 2008 with the novel Dubbla slag. The debut was followed in 2010 with the thriller novel Bara ett barn and in 2012 with Bortom varje rimligt tvivel. In 2016, the multi-award-winning thriller Störst av allt was published.
In September 2017, it was announced that Netflix had ordered an adaption of Störst av allt (Quicksand) to be developed into an eponymous crime drama series, Quicksand (Störst av allt), and would partner with FLX to produce the series. The series premiered on April 5, 2019.
Her latest book Processen was released in 2018.
|2008||Dubbla slag||Piratförlaget||978-9-146-23462-3||380||Currently published|
by Wahlström & Widstrand
|2010||Bara ett barn||978-9-146-23461-6||371|
|2012||Bortom varje rimligt tvivel||978-9-146-23459-3||453|
|2016||Störst av allt (Quicksand)||Wahlström & Widstrand||978-9-146-23241-4||367|
|2016||Störst av allt (Quicksand)||Best Swedish Crime Novel Award (Swedish Crime Writers' Academy)||Won|||
|2017||Bonnier's Book Clubs' Book of the Year Award||2nd Place|
|Glass Key Award (Scandinavian Criminal Society)||Won|||
|2018||Prix du Polar Européen (European Crime Fiction Prize)||Won|||
|Best Scandinavian Crime Novel of the Year (Petrona Award)||Won|||
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