Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Dead On Ice

Dead on Ice is a thrilling murder mystery by Lauren Carr that really grabs your attention with the drama at the skating rink to start off with then really makes your mind work overtime when you get to the mysterious disappearance of Angie Sullivan. The circumstances surrounding her disappearance make you wonder who, what, when and where. It was fun to continue reading all the theories throughout the book as to what really happened to her. When I got to the end and read what really had happened to her I was amazed at the way the author was able to keep me guessing through the entire book and I was still wrong. 

I loved the discovery of Cherry Pickens and the investigation that followed that discovery. It was written very well and was informative in the way that it had us guessing what was going on and how she had ended up stuffed in that refrigerator.  The author really keeps you guessing and throws out information at shocking moments. 

The way the characters are written it was easy to feel their happiness as well as their sadness. The introduction of Joshua Thornton and his romance with Detective Cameron Gates was interesting and very real. I was able to understand the way their relationship was going and even cheered when they got time to be alone as well as laughed when Joshua's son found them in the basement together. There are some very serous parts to this little murder mystery but also some little laughs as well which make it an awesome read for people who love mysteries. I would recommend this book to everyone. 

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