Camilla Grebe is a leading Swedish suspense writer, having published two previous successful series with co-authors. In 2015 she broke out as a solo author with the critically acclaimed psychological thriller The Ice Beneath Her. It was followed by Diary from My Disappearance in 2017 which was awarded the prize for Best Swedish Crime Novel.

Photo by Viktor Fremling

Camilla Grebe was born in 1968 in Älvsjö outside of Stockholm. In 2015 she broke out with the critically acclaimed psychological thriller The Ice Beneath Her, which has been sold to 22 territories and rocketed into the top of bestseller lists in the UK, France, Italy and Sweden. The film rights have been optioned for a Hollywood production by New Line Cinema with Andrew Lazar producing.

In September 2017, the stand-alone continuation of The Ice Beneath Her was published and brought Grebe to the forefront of Swedish crime writers. Diary from My Disappearance was named Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year by the Swedish Crime Writers’ Academy, and has been shortlisted for The Glass Key as well as Book of The Year in Sweden.

Grebe has previously written four celebrated crime novels about psychologist Siri Bergman together with her sister Åsa Träff. The first two books in the series were nominated for Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year by the Swedish Crime Writers’ Academy. Grebe has also written the popular Moscow Noir Series with Paul Leander-Engström.

Her next book, Inertia, is set to be published in Sweden in October, 2018.

Camilla Grebe is an insightful and nimble writer.
Norran (Sweden)


Author collaborations

Camilla Grebe was born in 1968 in Älvsjö outside of Stockholm. In 2015 she broke out with the critically acclaimed psychological thriller The Ice Beneath Her, which has been sold to 22 territories and rocketed into the top of bestseller lists in the UK, France, Italy and Sweden. The film rights have been optioned for a Hollywood production by New Line Cinema with Andrew Lazar producing.

In September 2017, the stand-alone continuation of The Ice Beneath Her was published and brought Grebe to the forefront of Swedish crime writers. Diary from My Disappearance was named Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year by the Swedish Crime Writers’ Academy, and has been shortlisted for The Glass Key as well as Book of The Year in Sweden.

Grebe has previously written four celebrated crime novels about psychologist Siri Bergman together with her sister Åsa Träff. The first two books in the series were nominated for Best Swedish Crime Novel of the Year by the Swedish Crime Writers’ Academy. Grebe has also written the popular Moscow Noir Series with Paul Leander-Engström.

Her next book, Inertia, is set to be published in Sweden in October, 2018.

  • Photo by Viktor Fremling

  • Photo by Viktor Fremling

  • Photo by Viktor Fremling

  • Photo by Viktor Fremling

  • Photo by Viktor Fremling