Such a Winter's Day

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Pub Date 01 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 28 Feb 2022

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Juliet Reid wasn't able to save her murdered brother almost ten years ago. Can she stop an ice-cold killer in their tracks a decade later?

Nine and a half years ago, Juliet's talented brother Fin should have returned home. He didn't make it. When Juliet set out to find him that snowy winter evening, she made a devastating discovery.

Now, Juliet returns to the small town of Parrish, Ohio to celebrate her twenty-fifth birthday with her parents. But when she arrives, she receives the shocking news that her father appears to have committed suicide. Why was he so distant shortly before his death? And why was he suddenly asking questions about Fin before his brutal murder?

As Juliet tries to come to terms with another family tragedy, she finds herself at the center of a series of spine-tingling events. What chilling secrets did her father uncover? And can she stop an ice-cold killer who's determined to keep them hidden?

Juliet Reid wasn't able to save her murdered brother almost ten years ago. Can she stop an ice-cold killer in their tracks a decade later?

Nine and a half years ago, Juliet's talented brother Fin...


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I've been reading Carlene Thompson's books for quite a few years and at the end of each book I say to myself "That was her best one yet" This book was no different. With several murders both current and stretching back a decade and no fewer than eight possible suspects I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Carlene, can't wait for the next one.

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Secrets And Lies…
Secrets and lies, familial relationships and tragedy. Returning to her small home town of Parrish, Ohio, Juliet thinks a celebration is in hand, a joyous family gathering despite events ten years earlier. However Juliet is met with the news of her fathers suicide. The last thing that she expects. As she digs deeper, and certain events come to light, her brother’s murder ten years earlier comes into question. Well constructed romantic suspense with credible characters and a well drawn backdrop.

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This mystery really shaped up to be an exciting one!
Such a Winter's Day is a spine-tingling read!
Definitely a page turner of a book that is exquisitely written and almost impossible to put down.
Our main character was developed very well.
Very suspenseful, engaging and dramatic.
I absolutely enjoyed it and would recommend it!

Severn House,
Thank You for your generosity and gifting me a copy of this amazing eARC!
I will post my review closer to pub date.

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Julia was the one who found her brother Finn's body nine years ago. She was only 15 and it colored her life. Now, she's come home again and this time it's her father who is dead. The official answer is a self inflicted gunshot wound but she's not so sure,. Add in the fact that the man who was convicted of killing her brother has been set free because of jury tampering and you're got a potential pot boiler. This is more of a simmer but it's still a good read. Thanks to Netgalley for the ARC. Good atmospherics and characters.

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