Thin Ice by Irene Hannon

Thin Ice book cover

Christy Reed has lost both her parents and her sister in the span of only a few months. She handles her grief but by committing herself to her work and focusing on her passion for ice-skating. But when a strange letter is sent to her home addressed in her sister’s handwriting, Christy’s fragile world begins to crumble. Despite the letter’s warning, Christy secretly seeks the help of the FBI. Special Agent Lance McGregor, a former Delta Force operator and new to the FBI, agrees to reopen the case. But as events unfold, things do not add up and the situation only becomes more dangerous. It seems that someone in the shadows is tracking their every move and this individual has a very deadly plan for anyone who gets in the way.

What an exciting read! From page one, danger lurks behind every scene and shadow. I always enjoy that Irene Hannon provides glimpses of the side of the murderer throughout the novel. The mind of the killer in this particular book is chilling and gave me shudders on more than one occasion. The plot is complex and intriguing, the heroine and hero are instantly likeable and full of depth, and the climax of the novel is bursting with nail-biting suspense. I stayed up half the night to finish the book, eager to discover where the many twists and turns would lead! The romance also flowed easily and the spiritual themes were expertly woven throughout the story. I really enjoyed this chilling novel and would recommend it to all lovers of suspenseful, contemporary fiction.

I received a copy of this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

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