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Red Snow – Will Dean

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Red Snow – Will Dean

It does not seem too long ago that I was talking about Dark Pines and Tuva Moodyson the deaf reporter at the centre of the story. If you really loved Dark Pines as much as I and the many thousands of readers did, then I have news for you. Tuva Moodyson is back in the second book just released called Red Snow by Will Dean and it is even better.

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Tuva Moodyson is looking forward to starting her new role and also leaving behind the town of Gavrik. This is always what she has wanted. Moving to Malmo is a big step up. The Liquorice factory has been a place where many of the local inhabitants have worked. But now it is going to be at the centre of this story as someone has fallen from the roof the building but if that is not enough soon after another body is found but this is sinister as two liquorice coins are covering its eyes.

Now Tuva our investigative reporter has just a few weeks to find the who is behind the deaths. Could we get to know Tuva any more after book one. Well we do and Will Dean does not really hold back as we get to know Tuva a little more. But the storyline really centres on Gavrik and the liquorice factory that is as dark and foreboding as the local forest. You either love liquorice or you hate it and this really is how the locals see the factory. A means to an end. That’s it. But some of the characters who work here are just a little quirky to say the least.

The killer has been given the name of the ‘Ferryman’ and now Tuva must find the ‘Ferryman’ before the killer strikes again and the locals are a little nervous. Add to this there is a snowstorm which makes the town more eerie and dark.

Does Tuva uncover the killer or do they stop her from leaving Gavrik to start her new life? Now you have to read Red Snow to discover what really happens next.

400 Pages.

Thank you to Point Blank Books for the review copy of Red Snow by Will Dean

Red Snow by Will Dean was published by and was published on 10th January 2018 and is available through Waterstones, Amazon and through your local independent bookshop.

 

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