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If Snow Hadn't Fallen
     

If Snow Hadn't Fallen

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by Sharon Bolton, S. J. Bolton
 

Just weeks ago, a Jack the Ripper copycat terrorized London, leaving London police officer Lacey Flint scarred both physically and emotionally. Still recovering from the ordeal and technically off-duty, Lacey almost ignores it when she hears a call for back-up as she's heading home. But she's close by and figures they could use her help. She could never have

Overview

Just weeks ago, a Jack the Ripper copycat terrorized London, leaving London police officer Lacey Flint scarred both physically and emotionally. Still recovering from the ordeal and technically off-duty, Lacey almost ignores it when she hears a call for back-up as she's heading home. But she's close by and figures they could use her help. She could never have expected the horrible crime she would witness on arriving at the scene, or the frightening twists the case would being to take.

S.J. Bolton's fans will be thrilled to return to the dark world of London police officer Lacey Flint, where nothing is ever as it seems, in the e-original story If Snow Hadn't Fallen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781250037015
Publisher:
St. Martin's Press
Publication date:
04/02/2013
Series:
Lacey Flint Novels
Sold by:
Macmillan
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
89
Sales rank:
44,725
File size:
818 KB

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Meet the Author

SHARON BOLTON is a two-time Mary Higgins Clark Award winner and an ITW Thriller Award, CWA Gold Dagger and Barry Award nominee. Sharon Bolton was previously published as S.J. Bolton.


SHARON BOLTON is a Mary Higgins Clark Award winner and an ITW Thriller Award, CWA Gold Dagger and Barry Award nominee. Her books included the Lacey Flint novels: Now You See Me, Dead Scared, Lost, and A Dark and Twisted Tide. She lives near London, England.
S. J. BOLTON, a Mary Higgins Clark Award winner and an ITW and Barry Award nominee, has also been shortlisted for CWA Gold Dagger Award. She grew up in Lancashire, England, and now lives near Oxford with her family.

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If Snow Hadn't Fallen (a Lacey Flint short story) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Mallory_SupernaturalFan More than 1 year ago
Review of If Snow Hadn’t Fallen by S. J. Bolton From the very first of her books I was privileged to read, S. J. Bolton has been a must-read author, one of those writers whose books I will read no matter what, no matter when, no matter the subject matter. When she began her Lacey Flint series with “Now You See Me,” I was enraptured, and drawn to the character of DC Flint, a young woman in a job that frequently requires her to confront the ugly downside of London, an individual with unusual issues and personality quirks. In “If Snow Hadn’t Fallen,” a tremendously gritty and frightening novella, Lacey finds herself in the wrong place at the right time, confronting a vicious and brutal hate crime, and by investigating, draws the five culprits to her own door. Meanwhile she continues to balance the aftermath of the crimes committed in “Now You See Me,” and the consequences.  Ms. Bolton is a fantastic writer of suspense and of character, and I highly recommend this book (although some readers may well find the violence too graphic).
lsmeadows More than 1 year ago
As soon as I finished Now You See Me, the first Lacey Flint book by S.J. Bolton, I knew I was hooked. I immediately went and purchased If Snow Hadn't Fallen, the short story that occurs between books 1 and 2. Although only about 92 pages long, this entry into the Lacey Flint series is perfect for those who are waiting for something to keep them riveted between books 1 and 2. in my case, that was because I had to wait for book 2 to come in at the library. Lacey Flint is one of the most fascinating characters that I have come across in quite a while. I love multi-layered characters, and with Lacey, things are never quite what they seem. My other favorite characters from the first book only play small roles in this story, but they are all there, which allowed me to get my fix while waiting to read book two. The plot in this story is typical Bolton, too, with crisp writing, wonderful details, and enough twists to keep me satisfied. I give this story 5 stars. It was just what I needed to keep me invested in Lacey and the gang. This is my new favorite thriller series and I am anticipating book two (should be in soon) and looking forward to much more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I started reading this one first in the series, now I am going to go back and read them from the beginning
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Wow, what a great story. A reflection of society and how there are not always neat, and pretty endings.
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Scroll alot
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Bad!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mother fluffer