Helena von Zweigbergk (b. 1959) is an author, journalist and film critic.
She started her literary career with the crime fiction series about Ingrid Carlberg, a prison chaplain, and has since then written several best selling novels revolving around contemporary family dramas.
In 2008 she made her literary breakthrough with the hugely successful and praised novel Ur vulkanens mun/From the Mouth of the Volcano.
Än klappar hjärtan/The Heart Echoes, published in 2013, has sold approx.
150 000 copies in Sweden. It was the most checked out book from Swedish libraries in 2015 and is also the first novel by Helena von Zweigbergk available in English. Amazon has bought the rights to all languages, except Swedish.
Helena von Zweigbergk’s latest (short-)novel is called De behövande (2016).