Winter of Secrets

Winter of Secrets

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"Siblings Wendy and Jason Wyatt-Yarmouth and their friends are in the peaceful mountain town of Trafalgar, B.C. enjoying a two-week vacation of skiing, drinking, drugs, and sex. But tragedy strikes when two of the group crash through the ice into the frozen river. It's Christmas Eve and the snow-storm of the decade has settled over the town. Constables Molly Smith and Dave Evans have a busy shift attending fender-benders, tumbling pedestrians, and Christmas tree fires. Then, at the stroke of midnight, they are summoned to the scene of a car accident: a vehicle has gone off the snowy road into the river. Police, coroner, and medics all agree it was an accident. But when the autopsy reveals a shocking secret, Molly and Sergeant John Winters are plunged into a world of sexual predators, recreational drugs, privilege, and high-living. Meanwhile, stalker Charlie Bassing is out of jail and looking for revenge, a handsome Mountie is giving Molly the eye, and her mother, Lucky, is cheerfully interfering in the investigation. And all Molly Smith wants to do is ski the powder ..."--Dust cover flap.
Publisher: Scottsdale, AZ : Poisoned Pen Pr., [2010]
Edition: 1st trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9781590587812
1590587812
Branch Call Number: DELANY V
Characteristics: 265 pages ; 22 cm

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Jul 10, 2017

The third Molly Smith novel is a good effort but not my favorite given the rich, immature, self-absorbed college students and the very annoying parents. I feel the novel has a somewhat startling and unsatisfying end with the unprompted confession.
Best read in series to fully appreciate the continuing character development, especially the ongoing growth of Molly Smith. Will she eventually become a detective?

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