have been praised by both critics and fans alike, comes Frostbite, the third work in his thriller
Parker Hills, Colorado is a small, peaceful community nestled against the Rocky Mountains-
and it's the idyllic place to live and raise a family. A town where everybody knows your name,
you don't have to lock your doors, and whose scenery is second to none. The only drawback to
the area is the amount of snow that tends to accumulate during any given season...
...But this winter is different.
It started with the disappearance of a little girl, and the discovery of a pink glove with what
looked like blood on it lying in the snow during the Christmas break. Fred Harrison, a widowed
man who lived in Parker Hills his whole life, is the only one who doesn't seem to believe that the
child was kidnapped. When others begin to vanish, it becomes increasingly clear to him that
something has staked a claim on their peaceful little town...something that moves about unseen
amongst the freshly fallen powder...
...and now the biggest blizzard of the century is on its way.
With a town gripped by fear and blanketed by snow, Fred must try to convince the town that they
are being methodically stalked by an invisible killer...
...before there's no one left to convince.