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  • No 3 of a great reader-friendly mystery series

    This is the 3rd in an excellent series of mysteries - not exactly "cozy", but certainly reader-friendly, and with a good focus on relationships, mystery, and even humour (rather than blood and gore, even if these are murder mysteries). I've enjoyed each one, and although you don't have to read them in order, I find the growing relationship between the main characters makes them even more enjoyable. The Quebec setting, especially the extraordinary ice storm, is a bonus!

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  • Great Canadian mystery thriller

    School will never look the same to me after reading Icy Silence. I was immersed in this suspenseful mystery right from the start. An old private school, an ice storm and a cast of characters with dark secrets kept me hooked till the end. I’ve read the other books in the series and this is the best so far. Megan and Michael’s new adventure is a real page-turner!

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  • Iced in with a killer

    amateur-sleuth, crime-fiction, thriller, relationships, suspense, investigation, journalist, psychological, murder, conspiracy, drugs-issues, prep-school***** Winter in the frozen North where an expensive boarding school is having more problems than the bad weather. Megan is a ghostwriter with an investigative journalist as a partner, Michael. They're at the school so that Michael can give a talk on investigative reporting at the request of his old friend. What they find is evidence of murder with a cover up, drugs issues, and a winter storm that totally isolates without hope of inviting law enforcement. together they work through all the clues and threats to THEIR personal safety. Great story with lots of suspense! Kelli Tager has a pleasant voice that is clear and well modulated but her attempts at male voices is less than optimal but she does an excellent job with the females and also with character differentiation. I won this audio in a giveaway! Yay me!

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  • Not engaging

    Did not finish as it was not engaging. The character development was not deep.

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