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The Chalet by Catherine Cooper

Genre: Psychological Thriller
Source: Random Things Tours
Rating: 4/5
Publisher: Harper Collins
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About The Book

French Alps, 1998
Two young men ski into a blizzard… but only one returns.
20 years later
Four people connected to the missing man find themselves in that same resort. Each has a secret. Two may have blood on their hands. One is a killer-in-waiting.
Someone knows what really happened that day.


My Thoughts

Can a luxury weekend end in murder?
After reading so many psychological books I’ve arrived to one conclusion, coincidence doesn’t exist. If you’ve ever thought that something is too much of a coincidence, distrust always of it! It can save your life.
This is a book told in two story lines and with each character voice, making it more realistic and perfect to discover the truth. The past is in 1998, where two young men went skiing together and only one returned. Then 20 years after, where all the people that had been involved with the missing man are reunited in a luxury ski resort. Will the truth be revealed before anyone else disappears? Has someone a secret agenda to put all these people together again? So many questions and the only way to know the answers is reading the book!
This is one of those books that you read in just one sit, impossible to put down and with so many possible suspects that it will keep your mind entertained for all the read.
I love the books that there are multiple possibilities in the story, it keeps me thinking about the book for a long time, regarding the motives and their actions.
This story doesn’t have a closed ending, the “case” is solved but there’s a chance that we will meet the characters again and let me be honest, I can’t wait!
This is an addictive and intriguing story, impossible to put down and perfect to disconnect. Ready for your reservation at “The Chalet”?


About The Author

I am a freelance journalist living in the South of France with my husband and two teenage children. We moved from London in 2009 so that the children could grow up bilingual and we could all ski more, and to enjoy a more relaxed pace of life.
I learned to ski on a school trip when I was 14 and have loved it ever since.
I’m an avid thriller reader and have been since I discovered Agatha Christie as a child.
The Chalet is my first published full-length novel, though I have also written several (unpublished) thrillers for teens and a (what used to be called) chick lit novel set in TV production.
Other than skiing and reading I love travel, rollercoaster, and I spend far too much time on social media. Some of my other favourite things include Alan Partridge, sparkly flip flops and salt and vinegar crisps.