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Red Snow

Written by: Will Dean
Narrated by: Maya Lindh
Length: 14 hrs and 5 mins
4 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Red Snow is the eagerly awaited follow-up to Dark Pines, selected for ITV's Zoe Ball Book Club.

Two bodies.

One suicide. One cold-blooded murder. Are they connected? And who's really pulling the strings in the small Swedish town of Gavrik? 

Two coins.

Black Grimberg liquorice coins cover the murdered man's eyes. The hashtag #Ferryman starts to trend as local people stock up on ammunition. 

Two weeks.

Tuva Moodyson, deaf reporter at the local paper, has a fortnight to investigate the deaths before she starts her new job in the south. A blizzard moves in. 

Residents, already terrified, feel increasingly cut off. Tuva must go deep inside the Grimberg factory to stop the killer before she leaves town for good. But who's to say the Ferryman will let her go?

©2018 Will Dean (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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Scandi noir!

Loved the prose, loved the characterization, loved the narrator. I likef the previous book but was disappointed by its ending. Red Snow is more unpredictable which was great - kept me on my toes until the last chapter.

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Deeply Human, Deep In Setting, No Real Payoff.

It was well performed, and the writing had a power of description to it but could a little distracting. The characters were human; some strange but understandable. It is a mystery so there is a lot of information that leads this way and that, I did not read the first book in the set, as this was on sale when I crossed path with it. I think my disappointment is with the ending. The main character experiences the events, acts only as a wittiness. The ending has her acted upon, nothing of her own skill or will effects the events or resolves things. I was looking for one more twist to pull things together... but it didn't come.

Good, but the puzzle solves itself.

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Superb

Gripping! Twists and turns. Complex believable characters. You will feel that you know them in their complexity!

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sooooo slllooowwee

brutal book. so long and boring. would not recommend. even when it came time to uncover the killer it was so obvious. do not waste your time.

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Great follow up!

Hope to see more of Tuva!! I enjoyed this just as much as the first!

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Boring

Boring and monotone. Barely survived an hour of it just to find nothing is happening.

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  • Donna
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A good read. I never knew what was coming and the author avoided the obvious choices.
Journalist as detective is a long used character and here I liked it.