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Suddenly, a relatively innocent past takes over his present life, and that of his wife. It further develops that there isn't just a daughter; this purported "daughter" is actually one of twins, a girl and a boy. Deep in the remote, sub-arctic wilderness where Dafydd had worked 15 years earlier, these children were conceived and born to a woman for whom he felt little but animosity. She was--and still is at the time the novel takes place--head nurse in the hospital where Dafydd did a locum. He was running away from a tragic medical accident, and this distant area seemed like a good place to escape to.
DNA tests are ordered immediately to clear Dafydd in his wife's eyes. The tests are positive, the marriage is very precarious, and Dafydd goes back to the Canadian wilderness to sort things out. What he finds there is complex and compelling. The surprises are not set-ups but develop organically, making the story believable. This is the extremely self-assured debut of a writer to watch. She has deftly created landscape, character, mood and suspense to bring her story to its snapper of a conclusion. --Valerie Ryan
An interesting concept, but not well written. Time flipping forward and backward is confusing. Gratuitus sex scenes are not necessary, and seem to be placed to just make an impact... Read morePublished on August 26, 2013 by Bev D
ICE TRAP is a beautifully crafted novel by a brilliant young author. An exciting story line with characters you will not soon forget. Read morePublished on January 10, 2012 by David L. Bagnard
IT WAS MY FIRST BOOK BY THIS AUTHOR. STARTED OFF GREAT, THEN DRAGGED, AND DRAGGED. I DID FINISH IT BUT WAS GLAD WHEN I WAS THROUGH WITH THE BOOK. I WOULDN'T RECOMMEND IT. SORRY.Published on December 19, 2011 by Sandra L. Leonard
It was a little weird but I liked it.Kitty took a boring, everyday situation and turned it into this huge suspense story. Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by Ms.Tiptress
"Ice Trap is an engrossing thriller. The protagonist, a medical doctor, is the flawed hero who must overcome guilt from his past and entrapment by a scheming woman. Read morePublished on March 7, 2011 by I. Kursman
The only reason I gave Sewell's work 3 stars is for her prose, her descriptions of the Arctic, which are really stunning. Read morePublished on January 18, 2011 by fockinmeen
I, too, found the dialogue and settings believable and the characters interesting. I love mysteries. Read morePublished on January 5, 2011 by Pam
Some books I love: This one I really loved!
psychological thriller, my favorite.