My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
This was my first book by Henry Hoffman and so I met Adam Fraley as he is heading to Colorado to visit an old friend for a Christmas holiday. I immediately took to Adam, he came across as a caring and very intelligent man. HE gets lost in the blizzard and when he finds a log cabin, he knocks on the door. He is greeted by a young girl that allows him to come into the house and warm by the fire. After a while, he stumbles onto a grizzly scene, from that point on he attempts to solve a mystery.
This story has Adam, running from the police, becoming a suspect, and then doing what he does best, putting together the pieces of this puzzle. The main characters are just so likable. I was glad I was able to read this book in exchange for a review. This mystery is so well done and the story unfolds in a rapid manner that keeps you interested and entertained.
I have some catching up to do as this is the third book featuring Adam Fraley. I want to read more about him. He is one interesting and very likable person.
The story was told in such a way that you are not overwhelmed with the nitty gritty details and coarse language. It is told in a way that simply engages you and keeps you questioning along with Adam Fraley. The facts are laid out concisely and the mystery is easy to follow. I really enjoyed this style of mystery. I have to admit the cover drew me in first, it is so beautiful and compelling, then the story kept me so involved.
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