Paul and Lisa thought it was a romantic vacation to a secluded cabin in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It was their dream come true - until after twenty-four years frozen in the ice, the lake finally gives up its dead.
It was an unsolved double murder coming back to haunt the land of the living. Paul and Lisa try to solve the mystery...but the deaths keep coming. Can they find the truth? Will they even survive?
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
The story line seems as if was written for 15 year olds, very simple dialog and very little suspense. It is almost as if the hardy boys had grown up.
Has Secrets in the Ice turned you off from other books in this genre?
no just the author
Did Secrets in the Ice inspire you to do anything?
Any additional comments?
Don't waste your money
What disappointed you about Secrets in the Ice?
I felt that the book had amazing potential and the idea for the story was good, however it was just badly written, it read like a school child's English project.