Winter of Secrets (Large Print 16pt)

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Siblings Wendy and Jason Wyatt - Yarmouth and their friends are in the peaceful mountain town of Trafalgar, B.C. enjoying a two - week vacation of skiing, drinking, drugs, and sex. But tragedy strikes when two of the group crash through the ice into the frozen river. It's Christmas Eve and the snow - storm of the decade has settled over the town. Constables Molly Smith and Dave Evans have a busy shift attending fender - benders, tumbling pedestrians, and Christmas tree fires. Then, at the stroke of midnight, they...
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Siblings Wendy and Jason Wyatt - Yarmouth and their friends are in the peaceful mountain town of Trafalgar, B.C. enjoying a two - week vacation of skiing, drinking, drugs, and sex. But tragedy strikes when two of the group crash through the ice into the frozen river. It's Christmas Eve and the snow - storm of the decade has settled over the town. Constables Molly Smith and Dave Evans have a busy shift attending fender - benders, tumbling pedestrians, and Christmas tree fires. Then, at the stroke of midnight, they are summoned to the scene of a car accident: a vehicle has gone off the snowy road into the river. Police, coroner, and medics all agree it was an accident. But when the autopsy reveals a shocking secret, Molly and Sergeant John Winters are plunged into a world of sexual predators, recreational drugs, privilege, and high - living. Meanwhile, stalker Charlie Bass - ing is out of jail and looking for revenge, a handsome Mountie is giving Molly the eye, and her mother, Lucky, is cheerfully interfering in the investigation. And all Molly Smith wants to do is ski the powder....
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459656093
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/4/2013
  • Pages: 424
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.86 (d)

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  • Posted September 25, 2009

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    great Canadian police procedural

    Early on Christmas Day in Trafalgar, British Columbia, the SUV is found buried under ice in a river. Inside the vehicle are the corpses of best friends Jason Wyatt-Yarmouth and Ewan Williams, two wealthy males from Toronto who were on vacation with others.

    Constable Molly Smith leads the inquiry of what looks like a tragic accident. However, the autopsy proves a shocker when the medical examiner insists the time of deaths for the lads is radically different and the means of death also different. In other words someone used the SUV as a coffin for two murders. The cops question the rest of the Toronto party as they backtrack what they can about the victims leading to a bed and breakfast and a ski trail, but struggles with motive and consequently a lack of viable suspects.

    This is a great Canadian police procedural that will be on most short lists for sub-genre novel of the year. The investigation is top rate including a terrific logical final twist while the cast is strong. Fans will relish Vicki Delaney's delightful whodunit and newcomers will seek Smith's back cases (see VALLEY OF THE LOST).

    Harriet Klausner

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