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    A Marvellous Read!

    Greta Westerlind, 35, is an experienced Ski Patroller and has been in Aspen, Colorado since her Swedish mother died and her twin brother joined the Army Rangers fifteen years ago. On awaking in hospital having been almost killed by an avalanche, she is devastated to learn that her close friend, bond trader Warren McGovern, died in the terrible accident. With no memory of the incident, Greta can’t figure out why they were both skiing on such dangerous terrain. As she struggles to remember what happened that day, a series of strange and creepy incidents occur, convincing Greta that someone intends her some very serious harm. When a young girl vanishes, events take on an even more sinister twist... Catherine O'Connell presents a strong-willed and clever protagonist in Greta. Spirited and courageous with a sparkling personality, she has arrived at a crossroad in her life. The slippery slopes of Aspen that she loves dearly have brought her emotional turmoil that she hadn't ever anticipated. By the second half of First Tracks, I was slaloming through the chapters looking for answers. The suspenseful undertones dripped from the pages, heightening my curiosity as I hastened towards the enthralling outcome. I did not foresee the ending, which turned out to be satisfying and fulfilling. Catherine O'Connell's writing exudes richness and warmth which was my experience from reading her previous novel, Last Night Out. I highly recommend First Tracks with confidence. I received a complimentary digital copy of this novel at my request from Severn House via NetGalley and this review is my own unbiased opinion.

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