The Fear of Winter Amazon Review: Great Characters, Plot and Story

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Booknerd thriller enthusiasts, I’ve found the next book for you! Right here in my neck of the woods in lovely, scenic, colorful Colorado! I walked someone’s dog in 6 degree weather this morning…..🥶 so yes I would say I have a fear of winter, Anyway!

Blurb: On a frigid December night, Megan Floyd vanishes from the mountain town of Fraser, Colorado. The extensive search provides no answers and as attention of her disappearance fades, the case goes cold. Her father, Tom Floyd, is forced to confront his worst fear that his daughter will never be found, and soon his life and marriage begin to disintegrate around him. A year after the disappearance and with no new leads, Tom hires private investigator Marshall York, a former detective, and his assistant Hannah Jacobs. They soon start to uncover the secrets of Megan’s dangerous second life, all while fighting their own demons. Tom is guilt-ridden over a missing child case from his past, and Hannah is haunted by the unsolved murder of her older sister. The case begins to consume all three of their lives, and as they dig deeper, they start to unravel the dark truth of what happened to Megan.

My thoughts: Ok this book was great! Great characters, plot, story, and of course the setting of a million places to hide a dead body in the Rocky Mountains (don’t get on my bad side 🤣) This book held my attention the whole time and I had to know what was happening next. Honestly, the writing style was really easy to follow and reminded me a little bit of Stephen King, which is a huge compliment because I love him. Thank you so much to the author for reaching out to me to read this! This book is available on Kindle unlimited, GO GET IT!

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