It’s a real pleasure to share details of another of my reviews for My Weekly today. This time I’m thrilled to have read and reviewed The Killer in the Snow by Alex Pine, the second book in the DI James Walker series. Although I have a mini-review below, my full review of The Killer in the Snow is on the My Weekly website here.
Published by Harper Collins imprint Avon, The Killer in the Snow is available for purchase through these links.
The Killer in the Snow
The first fall of snow can be fatal…
A year has passed since DI James Walker cracked his biggest case yet, and he’s hoping for peace and quiet this festive season.
But across the fells, a local farmer returns home on Christmas Eve to find footsteps in the fresh snow that lead down to his unused basement – and no footsteps leading away. Days later, his body is found, alongside those of his wife and daughter.
Without a neighbour for miles, there are no witnesses and little evidence. And the crime scene has strange echoes of another terrible murder committed at the farmhouse, twenty years earlier…
James knows that to catch this killer, he needs to solve a case that has long since gone cold…
My Review of The Killer in the Snow
My full review of The Killer in the Snow can be found on the My Weekly website here.
The Killer in the Snow is a fast paced narrative with twists and turns that keep the reader guessing from start to finish as DI James Walker find himself under pressure personally and professionally. Perfect for Christmas reading, this isn’t a cosy crime!
About Alex Pine
Alex Pine was born and raised on a council estate in South London and left school at sixteen. Before long, he embarked on a career in journalism, which took him all over the world – and many of the stories he covered were crime-related. Among his favourite hobbies are hiking and water-based activities, so he and his family have spent lots of holidays in the Lake District. He now lives with his wife on a marina close to the New Forest on the South Coast – which provides him with the best of both worlds!
Alex Pine is one of the pseudonyms of JP Carter.