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Voices in the Snow

#1 Black Winter

Darcy Coates



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07 January 2020
Series: Black Winter
Beware The Stillness... She can't stop running. If she stops, they'll find her. If she stops, they'll kill her. If she's all over. 

Clare wakes, bandaged and injured, in a stranger's home. He tells her she was in a car crash. He says he saved her.

A vicious snowstorm has trapped them inside the historic manor he calls home. The phones don't work. There is no way to leave, or even to call for help, until the snow melts.

The stranger seems kind. He tends to her injuries and brings her food. But Clare doesn't know if she can trust him. He promised they were alone in the house, but she sees and hears things that convince her something else is in the building with them, hiding in the shadows, watching.

Clare doesn't know if she can trust the stranger — or even her own mind. Because, as her memories of the hours before her accident begin to return, the things she saw and heard terrify her.

What was The Stillness, and why was she running from it?

'Echoing elements of Richard Matheson's I Am Legend, Darcy Coates succeeds in scaring the crap out of the reader; creatures hiding in the shadowy corners of dark rooms conjure vivid imagery of Stephen King's Gerald's Game, and an ever present threat of danger, combined with a confined sense of claustrophobia make for one hell of a read.' — Just A Guy Who Likes to Read

Imprint:   Sourcebooks
Country of Publication:   United States
Volume:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 210mm,  Width: 139mm,  Spine: 23mm
Weight:   360g
ISBN:   9781728220185
ISBN 10:   1728220181
Series:   Black Winter
Pages:   336
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Voices in the Snow (#1 Black Winter)

Unique blend of character-centered, intense, psychological suspense laced with supernatural elements and little gore...readers will cover their eyes in fear while still wanting, desperately, to turn the page to see what comes next. - Library Journal

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