The Killer in the Snow
by Alex Pine
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Pub Date 01 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 22 Feb 2022
Harper 360, Avon
A year has passed since DI James Walker cracked his biggest case yet, and he’s hoping for peace and quiet this festive season.
But across the fells, a local farmer returns home on Christmas Eve to find footsteps in the fresh snow that lead down to his unused basement – and no footsteps leading away. Days later, his body is found, alongside those of his wife and daughter.
Without a neighbour for miles, there are no witnesses and little evidence. And the crime scene has strange echoes of another terrible murder committed at the farmhouse, twenty years earlier…
James knows that to catch this killer, he needs to solve a case that has long since gone cold…
Perfect for fans of smash-hit TV series Whitehouse Farm, Simon McCleave’s The Snowdonia Killings and Catherine Cooper’s The Chalet.
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Average rating from 22 members
This book was a page turner from beginning to end. Very captivating with amazing character development. A unsolved murder and years have passed. And the ending - never ever saw it coming. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
When I started reading, I was filled with a sense of foreboding. I kept turning one page after another realizing there is no way I could put this book down. It's a bit dark but very thrilling. I definitely recommend this book.
The Killer in the Snow is a Christmas mystery (#2 in a series) and is scary as can be.
Footsteps appear in the snow that lead to the basement of a family's home.....the next morning they are all dead. Their home is located in a remote area so there are no witnesses and where are the clues?
The detective must solve this mystery which is strikingly similar to a 20 year old mystery.
A good distraction when the season calls for a quick escape.
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