Beneath the Snow

Beneath the Snow Lisa McCall a brilliant young scientist has vanished in the wilderness in the middle of a snowstorm Her sister Abby reluctantly drops everything and flies out from England to join the search party

  • Title: Beneath the Snow
  • Author: Caroline Carver C.J. Carver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lisa McCall, a brilliant young scientist, has vanished in the wilderness in the middle of a snowstorm Her sister, Abby, reluctantly drops everything and flies out from England to join the search party Alaska is the last place she wants to be, but ever since a bitter row she hasn t spoken to Lisa for some years and if they don t find her soon, she never will again AlonLisa McCall, a brilliant young scientist, has vanished in the wilderness in the middle of a snowstorm Her sister, Abby, reluctantly drops everything and flies out from England to join the search party Alaska is the last place she wants to be, but ever since a bitter row she hasn t spoken to Lisa for some years and if they don t find her soon, she never will again Alone in the freezing outpost, bruised by a broken love affair, Abby struggles to understand her sister s disappearance But the she uncovers, the sinister the situation becomes With both influential friends and powerful enemies, it seems Lisa may have been in well over her head Beneath the Snow is a tense, action packed adventure from CJ Carver, author of Gone Without Trace and Blood Junction.

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    1. BENEATH THE SNOW (Thriller-Alaska-Cont) – G+Carver, Caroline – StandaloneOrion, 2005- UK Hardcover*** Abby McCall is a garden architect living in the UK when she receives news her sister, Libby, has disappeared. Libby, a research scientist living in Alaska, has developed a device that could make her rich, or dead, if the people hunting her get their hands on it. In spite of a bitter estrangement, Abby battles the bitterness of the Alaskan winter, and memories of a romance gone badly, to resc [...]

    2. Abby Mcall, an architect living in England, receives the news that her sister, Lisa Mcall has mysteriously disappeared in the cold, snow covered and dangerous Alaska. Abby goes to Alaska to help find her sister, and finds there's a lot of trouble for her and her sister in store.This book has been very well written. The twists in the tale put me on edge, so much that I could not put the book down. All the characters are well-developed, and I found the leading characters extremely enjoyable. It is [...]

    3. The plot smoothly moved along without any sidetracking or meandering oddities. The main character gave me a sort of calm serene feeling overall. Most of the characters were believable and likable, the Alaskans full of rural country charm. The relationship between the sisters was rewarding. There was some exciting and tense action towards the end. I couldn't empathize with the romantic situation. Some of the American characters used British words in a way that seemed out of place. The description [...]

    4. Two estranged sisters, one very world-capable, the other a bit bookish. Who is chasing the first one, and can the second find her and rescue her? Who is friend and who is foe? Well of course the knights in shining armour aren't always the ones who first appear so!Not a bad detective-style novel, definitely an enjoyable holiday read.

    5. A truly well written book about sisterhood. Its story unpredictable and easy to follow, its characters charming and challenging, its description so real you can feel the snow on your fingertip as you flip the page. I enjoyed this very much.

    6. Another enjoyable action packed adventure which I couldn't put down until I had finished it. Good plot with interesting characters set in the Alaskan wilderness, perfect company on a Sunday night. Can't wait to read another one of Caroline Carvers books.

    7. A great mystery set in Alaska, about two sisters. Really enjoyed the story and the setting and no animals were killed!!!

    8. Enjoyable quick read. Towards the end, one part of the plot was clearly signposted but overall I didn't see it coming. That might have been because I wasn't trying to.

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