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'The sense of dread deepens as the snow falls in Ruth Ware's tensely plotted and deliciously cast alpine thriller' Louise Candlish, bestselling author of Our House

**THE UNMISSABLE NEW THRILLER FROM THE QUEEN OF THE MODERN-DAY MURDER MYSTERY**

Snow is falling in the exclusive alpine ski resort of Saint Antoine, as the shareholders and directors of Snoop, the hottest new music app, gather for a make or break corporate retreat to decide the future of the company. At stake is a billion-dollar dot com buyout that could make them all millionaires, or leave some of them out in the cold.

The clock is ticking on the offer, and with the group irrevocably split, tensions are running high. When an avalanche cuts the chalet off from help, and one board member goes missing in the snow, the group is forced to ask - would someone resort to murder, to get what they want?
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PRAISE FOR RUTH WARE'S ADDICTIVE THRILLERS:

'Atmospheric and eerie with Agatha Christie vibes' Prima

'Ruth Ware just gets better and better' Lisa Jewell, author of The People Upstairs

'A dark tale by one of the best thriller writers around' Independent

'Will hold you captive until the brilliant ending'
Shari Lapena, author of Someone We Know

'A real spine-chiller that confirms Ruth Ware as the true heir to Christie's crown' Erin Kelly, bestselling author of He Said, She Said
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READERS LOVE ONE BY ONE:
'I devoured this in a day...eerie and creepy' *****
'Terrifying and captivating' *****
'Had me on the edge of my seat' *****
'Utterly brilliant' *****
'Clever, chilling, addictive...a must-read!' *****
'Strong Agatha Christie vibes' *****

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
15 September
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SELLER
The Random House Group Limited
SIZE
3.5
MB

Customer Reviews

LKM22 ,

Couldn’t putthisdown

Loved this book, it was a gripping read that kept me up all night unable to stop. Highly recommend

ag77* ,

Was that it?...

Expected more so hugely disappointed- sadly the best part of the book was its cover.

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