Ann Helen Laestadius wearing traditional Sami costume, indoors

Ann-Helén
Laestadius

Ann-Helén Laestadius is an author and journalist from Kiruna, Sweden. She is Sami and of Tornedalian descent. Stolen is Laestadius’ first adult novel. An international number one bestseller, it has been sold into twenty-two territories. Laestadius has also been awarded the Adlibris Award for best novel, the Your Book Our Choice Prize, given by the Swedish Association for Bookstore Employees, and the Västerbottens-Kuriren Prize. She lives with her family in Solna outside of Stockholm.

Ann-Helén Laestadius is an author and journalist from Kiruna, Sweden. She is Sami and of Tornedalian descent. Stolen is Laestadius’ first adult novel. An international number one bestseller, it has been sold into twenty-two territories. Laestadius has also been awarded the Adlibris Award for best novel, the Your Book Our Choice Prize, given by the Swedish Association for Bookstore Employees, and the Västerbottens-Kuriren Prize. She lives with her family in Solna outside of Stockholm.

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