- File Size: 800 KB
- Print Length: 324 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1912175770
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: darkstroke books/Crooked Cat (June 1, 2020)
- Publication Date: June 1, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B086SHW45T
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #947,504 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Snow Light Kindle Edition
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"Snow Light Star Bright" - queenie13
"Clever, emotional, shimmering." - Alice Kennedy Cody Collins
"I loved this book." - MHarris
"Beautiful mystery story" - AnnDouillard
"Excellent!" - Diane L.
"An intense story." - V. E. M.
"Terrific" - JA
"greatwintery set read, brilliant debut novel" - Kindle customer
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This is a well written crime story, with plot twists and well developed characters. The lead detective, Nathaniel Thomas, carries a secret that threatens to affect his careen. When a reclusive man is murdered, a whole cast of characters are suspects, and I was surprised at the real killer. I was interested to read about traditions in the Ore Mountain region such as the arc lights in the windows. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a suspenseful crime novel.
Iiked all the characters as well. When you read the last page in think you will go straight to Amazon and hope there is another book following the main characters. I did
Top international reviews
It is being published perfectly for a winter read, as it is set beautifully in the back drop setting in Turtleville.
Nathaniel was such a fabulous character to get to know. With his background story to how he lives his life.
As the book is set in a village there is a slight feeling of being in a fish bowl and wondering who done it, which I did not guess at all. For a change, I was quite happy to read and let the story evolve and the killer be revealed as I was totally immersed in the unfolding mystery.
A very classy, clever read with a wonderful setting, and traditions explained with ease and fitting in with the story.
A perfect crime winter read, that will leave you wondering on this conundrum right to the end.
The cover really is perfect for the story. Set in a small village at a time when it is hit with bad snow, it really added to the whole atmosphere of the book and how isolated a place can be.
The story starts off with an event that has haunted the main character, Thomas ever since. He has never been able to forget or to forgive himself for what happened that fateful night and has left him quite damaged.
It was certainly a new one on me where a detective fighting his own demons is left in charge of his friends daughter. It really added something to the story though and really humanised Thomas of which I really liked. The relationship between him and Sky, I absolutely loved. It was great to see a different side to him from the work one. Saying this though I also enjoyed the working relationship between him and Collins.
Snow Light is an atmospheric and intriguing read. A great start to what I hope is the first of many more featuring DI Nathaniel Thomas. A great debut from a promising author.
Set in Europe.