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Linda Ståhl

The Fire Shall Die

A parish house, used as both a refugee centre and as a playgroup space for small children, burns to the ground. When the fire has subsided, a tragic discovery is made among the ashes: the remains of an infant. But no one seems to know where the child comes from, nor who its parents may be.

A few days later a young mother is found brutally murdered on a beach in Höllviken, and the police fear that her child might have been the one found after the fire. But when they reach her house, the baby is there, alone, but safe from harm. Still, might the two deaths be connected? The congenial Vellinge police team with DCI Reub Thelander at its helm are set on cracking the case.

The Fire Shall Die is a thrilling page-turner where hate, revenge and threat is as imminent as the dazzling beauty of the idyllic Skåne.

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Linda Ståhl works as a Communications Strategist at a real estate company and has previously worked with marketing and communication in the IT sector and in the construction industry. She grew up in Höllviken in southern Sweden, also the setting for her book, but has lived in Stockholm for the past twenty years. Her debut…

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A parish house, used as both a refugee centre and as a playgroup space for small children, burns to the ground. When the fire has subsided, a tragic discovery is made among the ashes: the remains of an infant. But no one seems to know where the child comes from, nor who its parents may be.

A few days later a young mother is found brutally murdered on a beach in Höllviken, and the police fear that her child might have been the one found after the fire. But when they reach her house, the baby is there, alone, but safe from harm. Still, might the two deaths be connected? The congenial Vellinge police team with DCI Reub Thelander at its helm are set on cracking the case.

The Fire Shall Die is a thrilling page-turner where hate, revenge and threat is as imminent as the dazzling beauty of the idyllic Skåne.

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