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The snow killer The start of an explosive new crime series for 2019.
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'Fear the north wind. Because no one will hear you scream...' A family is gunned down in the snow but one of the children survives. Three years on, that child takes revenge and the Snow Killer is born. But then, nothing - no further crimes are committed, and the case goes cold. Fifty years later, has the urge to kill been reawakened? As murder follows murder, the detective team tasked with solving the crimes struggle with the lack of leads. It's a race against time and the weather ��� each time it snows another person dies. As an exhausted and grizzled DI Barton and his team scrabble to put the pieces of the puzzle together, the killer is hiding in plain sight. Meanwhile, the murders continue... The first in a new series, Ross Greenwood has written a cracking, crackling crime story with a twist in its tale which will surprise even the most hardened thriller readers. Perfect for fans of Mark Billingham and Stuart MacBride. Praise for The Snow Killer : ' Move over Rebus and Morse ; a new entry has joined the list of great crime investigators in the form of Detective Inspector John Barton. A rich cast of characters and an explosive plot kept me turning the pages until the final dramatic twist .' author Richard Burke 'With The Snow Killer , master of the psychological thriller genre Ross Greenwood once again proves his talent for creating engrossing and gritty novels that draw you right in and won't let go until you've reached the shocking ending .' Caroline Vincent at Bitsaboutbooks blog 'Ross Greenwood doesn't write clich?�s. What he has written here is a fast-paced, action-filled puzzle with believable characters that's spiced with a lot of humour.' author Kath Middleton What readers think of The Snow Killer: 'Absolutely brilliant!!' 'A crime novel with a social conscience.' ' It grabbed me a few pages in and wouldn't let go'