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Sarah Garland, a retired homicide detective who's gone through a painful divorce, seems to have found her peace at last, as a coffeeshop owner in the sleepy (and freezing) small town of Snow Falls, Alaska. What she didn't expect was for her past life to catch up with her. Or for her new life as a mystery writer to inspire a deadly killer to target her. 

Yet when the killer leaves a frightening clue - a creepy snowman, wearing a leather jacket and eating a peppermint candy cane, left in front of her cabin - Sarah begins to suspect Conrad Spencer, the new detective in town, who is pursuing a murderer of his own. Soon it becomes obvious that the sleuths would have to join forces in order to catch the killer. Sarah and Conrad must put their tragic pasts behind them and find out who's after her before the trail becomes frozen.

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  • Colleen
  • Panama City, FL United States
  • 07-18-18

A good series and the audio version was ok.

I liked the first book and it only seemed to improve with each successive book. Good plot lines and characters.

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Mickey Spillane lives!

I think I like the book, I just can't get past the narrator!

I can't seem to "listen" without wanting to.. I don't know scream! The British accent is horrible; the Detective from New York sounds like Spillane impersonator or Sam Spade and the hometown officer is so far past Barney Fife, I can't find the words. This might be a good book, please don't use this narrator again.

As for the story, I can't believe that this "Sarah" was a Police Officer extraordinaire, with this wonderful record for catching criminals is "frighten" speechless by a snowman dressed in a leather jacket. She quickly forgets all her training, and rushes into her home...it's just too much, and I am thankful that its only 3 hours long!!!!!!