Red Snow by Will Dean

Genre: Mystery, Crime
Source: Random Things Tours
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About The Book

TWO BODIES
One suicide. One cold-blooded murder. Are they connected?
And who’s really pulling the strings in the small Swedish town of Gavrik?
TWO COINS
Black Grimberg liquorice coins cover the murdered man’s eyes.
The hashtag #Ferryman starts to trend as local people stock up on ammunition.
TWO WEEKS
Tuva Moodyson, deaf reporter at the local paper, has a fortnight to investigate the deaths before she starts her new job in the south. A blizzard moves in. Residents, already terrified, feel increasingly cut-off. Tuva must go deep inside the Grimberg factory to stop the killer before she leaves town for good. But who’s to say the Ferryman will let her go?


My Thoughts

If you are searching for an atmospheric read based in the cold Sweden, this book is for you, you will almost feel the cold in your skin!
After the exciting previous case ending, our main character, the reporter Tuva Moodyson is ready to leave the claustrophobic town of Gavrik, when she is immersed in another mysterious case. This time it will be involved one of the richer families of Gavrik, the owners of Black Grimberg Liquorice, what deep secrets are they hiding? Because, it seems that they are loosing employees quite quick for the moment, so what they have done to make someone so angry to start killing?
Let me say that the writer has done an amazing job with the atmospheric city and cold that surrounds Sweden during winter, the days I was reading the book I was all day cold! But apart from the cold, the characters are interesting and they have their own problems and faults, but for me this always makes the case more interesting and real, don’t you think?
This is the second case of the Tuva Moodyson series, but you can read it as standalone, but let’s be honest, if you like Red Snow, you’ll love Dark Pines!
Ready for a nail bitting story?


About The Author

WILL DEAN grew up in the East Midlands, living in nine different villages before the age of eighteen. After studying at the LSE and working in London, he settled in rural Sweden with his wife. He built a wooden house in a boggy forest clearing at the centre of a vast elk forest, and it’s from this base that he compulsively reads and writes.