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A Frozen Grave

(The second book in the Rebecca Ellis series)
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Who was the dead man in the woods? And what was he hiding?

During the spring thaw, a body is found in the woods. Buried for months under the harsh winter snow, the dead man, Terry Satchel, appears to have been the victim of a hunting accident.

But when Bangor police detectives Rebecca Ellis and Euan McCallister are called to investigate, they notice unusual burns on the body.

With no friends or family showing up to claim the dead man, Ellis and McCallister decide to do some digging.

In Satchel’s former workplace, Connex, two co-workers come to Ellis claiming there is much more to his death than she knows, and she begins to follow a new lead - one that takes her down a deadly path.

Ellis soon discovers that Connex executives have covered up some very bad things which happened 20 years earlier. And that her own father, retired detective Hank Ellis, led the investigation at the time.

Things take an even more sinister turn when Ellis's best friend is attacked and, days later, Hank finds himself fighting for his life. Are these incidents related to her case? Who else around her is in danger? And is someone coming for her next?

A Frozen Grave, the gripping second book in the thrilling series featuring Detective Rebecca Ellis.

What readers are saying about
A Frozen Grave:

“This one
held my attention the entire way through. An intricate plot, great character work and some surprises, I enjoyed this one.” -Booksprout Reviewer

“… a good pace, likable characters, and an interesting mystery. This is a
good quick read mystery/crime novel to add to your list.” -Netgalley Reviewer

“I am fast becoming a fan of Robin Mahle's books. I like this detective, a
strong, intelligent female lead. … really enjoyed this book and look forward to more of this series. Well done…” -Goodreads Reviewer

“Yes, another great book by Robin Mahle. … great characters, a good storyline, lots of twists, and enough intrigue to keep me
reading well into the night.” -Netgalley Reviewer

“Great detective work, and a few crazy twists and turns! …
kept me glued to my Kindle! I definitely recommend reading this book…” -Netgalley Reviewer

Genre: Mystery

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