Ulrika Rolfsdotter (1977) is a writer from Bjärtrå, Sweden. She is a social worker and cognitive behavioural therapist by profession but has been writing stories since childhood. Heart of Prey is her debut novel.

Photo by Thron Ullberg

Ulrika Rolfsdotter grew up in Bjärtrå in the area of Ådalen. She is a social worker and cognitive behavioural therapist by profession and has been working with abused women and addicts for many years.

Rolfsdotter has been writing stories since childhood and her debut novel Heart of Prey is the first book in a planned series about social worker Annie Ljung, set in and around the area of Ådalen where Ulrika grew up. Heart of Prey takes its inspiration from a local murder from the 1800s and each book in the series will be inspired by a historical criminal case from the area.

Ulrika Rolfsdotter lives in Gävle with her two children. Heart of Prey was published by Bazar on April 7th, 2021.

Ulrika Rolfsdotter grew up in Bjärtrå in the area of Ådalen. She is a social worker and cognitive behavioural therapist by profession and has been working with abused women and addicts for many years.

Rolfsdotter has been writing stories since childhood and her debut novel Heart of Prey is the first book in a planned series about social worker Annie Ljung, set in and around the area of Ådalen where Ulrika grew up. Heart of Prey takes its inspiration from a local murder from the 1800s and each book in the series will be inspired by a historical criminal case from the area.

Ulrika Rolfsdotter lives in Gävle with her two children. Heart of Prey was published by Bazar on April 7th, 2021.

  • Photo by (c) Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by (c) Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by (c) Thron Ullberg