Cold Wind (Alaska Wild Mysteries, #2)

Second in a new series set in Alaska from beloved cozy author Paige Shelton, Cold Wind will chill your bones.

We all know Shelton from her cozy mysteries and with this new series she has given us a thriller series that is sure to be a hit.

Beth Rivers is still hiding out from the unknown man who kidnapped her and isn’t going back home until he is found.

Beth Rivers is still in Alaska. The unidentified man who kidnapped her in her home of St. Louis hasn’t been found yet, so she’s not ready to go back. The more time she stays in Benedict the more it feels like home. She has started writing again. She is a successful thriller writer and is living inside one of her books.

When a major mudslide turns up a body in an old trapper’s cabin and Beth has two girls turn up at her door. Covered in mud and not speaking a word, there is a mystery there. No one knows them but the man running the general store keeps turning up.

Beth is determined to find out if the girls and the body are connected. There are so many odd people who seem sketchy. There is something very scary going on here and it needs to be solved.

This was an edge of your seat mystery and thriller. I read this one straight through. I just could not find a stopping point. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

 December 8th, 2020 by Minotaur Books

2 responses to “COLD WIND by PAIGE SHELTON”

  1. Jeeez woman! Though months for you 😦 I love your phrase: Spread love, not germs. Over here, I keep the door closed too, as much as possible. Haven’t seen my parents and other family & friends for almost a year in person, however, the thought of accidentally expose them to the virus… nope, to big of a risk. Fortunately, one of them has already been vaccinated and the other three will follow soon. I have to wait to at least september, so this year will probably not be very different from last year. Fortunately, we live in a rural area and I can spend a lot outside. Spring has arrived 🙂
    Sending a big hug! XxX

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    1. It really isn’t worth spreading. We head to the farm on the weekends so it’s just us and the chickens.

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