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The Fear of Winter
- The Fear Of Series, Book One
- Lu par : Jess Nahikian
- Durée : 7 h et 10 min
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In this immersive thriller, a father resumes the search for his missing daughter after the case of her disappearance goes cold. Great for fans of Gillian Flynn, Stieg Larsson, Tara French, and Jess Lourey.
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.
"The mystery itself is unpredictable while also believable, with many unexpected and harrowing twists and turns. The content of the story is heavy and dark, but Sterling handles the material and the characters with care and sensitivity. Fans of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2005) will find much here to love and will look forward to further stories in the series. An exciting and surprising thriller with a great mystery." (Kirkus Reviews)
"The darkness and cold of the Colorado winter is the perfect setting for the bleakness of the novel as Sterling examines what could make a young woman disappear and the unraveling of a marriage. Great for fans of Jess Lourey's The Quarry Girls, Thomas Fincham's The Dead Daughter." (Book Life, editor's pick)
"In S.C. Sterling's immersive thriller, The Fear of Winter, a father resumes the search for his missing daughter after the case of her disappearance goes cold.... Readers searching for a page-turner are bound to enjoy Sterling's thriller." (Blue Ink Review)