Fire Sisters (Eldsystrar)
Vera Lilja’s favourite client Ayana doesn’t show up for their scheduled appointment and her absence makes Vera worried. Later, her anxious feelings will be confirmed.
Vera Lilja is an experienced and renowned psychologist with a reception located at Odenplan in Stockholm. She is a skilled psychologist but lately her practice has been receiving anonymous threats that are becoming more intrusive. Someone who is violent, insulted and driven by a raging desire for revenge is directing all his energy towards Vera Lilja.
In Vera’s youth she lost both her parents in a terrible fire in which her sister was badly injured. Her entire life, Vera has felt guilt about what happened and tries to make amends by helping others. When it turns out that her sister Ayana is kidnapped, the memories that Vera has been trying to suppress bubble up to the surface. Vera’s knowledge as a psychologist is put to the test – in a game of life and death.
Fire Sisters is a sharp, psychological thriller where loaded intrigue is combined with darkness and unexpected twists.
Susanne Boll is a psychologist whose past includes a personal story of being stalked for 10 years; this is reflected in her writing and shown in the credibility of the portrayal of her characters.
“The author portrays the characters nicely in an empathetic way. They become alive… The intrigues is skillfully layered with assault on women, stalking, racism and threats. But there is also a strong friendship and love.” – Dast magazine, Nisse Scherman
”Dark, gripping and extremely well written!” – Jennies Boklista, book blog
”Without explosive action scenes or exaggerations Susanne Boll manages to, with small and smart tricks, keep the suspenseful atmosphere up. The focus is on a believable story where the book’s characters are excellently portrayed.” - Icepick, book blog
“Fire Sisters is a page turner psychological suspense with a relatively slow start and an intense and loaded suspenseful ending. There is both mystery and darkness that gives the story its tempo, you want to keep reading to find out the truth.” - Olivias Deckarhylla, book blog
“It is a well written, exciting story about the psychologist Vera Lilja who is tormented by a dark chapter in her past which will come up to the surface in this captivating story” - @Acpers Instagram review
”A super suspenseful book that brings up important subjects such as stalking and racism. The book is an easy read and easy to get swept into. When the book ends you're left with a few questions and thoughts that maybee her lover isn't whom she might have though he was. Which makes sure you really do have to read the second part in this series as well! 4/5" - Mias Bokhylla