Girls in the Snow, a review by Sherry

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Girls in the Snow
Stacy Green

Crime Procedural
318 pages
Published October 19, 2020 by Bookouture

I’ve always been slightly obsessed with detective novels, especially when there is a strong female protagonist.  I’ve thought long and hard about the profession and while I’d love the thrill of solving the crimes, I wouldn’t love the dead bodies and danger.  But that doesn’t stop me from reading as many crimes novels as I can.

In the first book of a new series, Nikki Hunt is an FBI agent specializing in hunting serial killers. She became a law enforcement officer because her parents were murdered and she was the key witness at their trial.  She’s quite good at her job and Frost is the only serial killer she’s chased and not caught.  She heads to her hometown of Stillwater to investigate a double homicide that shows indications of Frost’s handiwork. As she starts to investigate, she learns the innocence project is investigating the conviction in her parents murder.  She needs to focus on the murders that brought her back home, but with her past at every turn, is it possible to stay on task?

I can’t imagine all she’s been through and having to focus as she must relive her past. Stacy Green does a great job of weaving the two stories together. I can’t wait to see where the series heads.  I recommend this one for all the crime buffs out there.


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