Slayed on the Slopes
(A Pacific Northwest Mystery)
2nd in Series
Setting – Oregon
Kensington (March 31, 2015)
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
E-Book ASIN: B00OEW7562
After talking her way into a job writing for Portland’s Northwest Extreme magazine, Meg Reed may now really be in over her head. Actually, about 8,000 feet over her head. . .
She’s at Mount Hood’s remote Silcox Hut, covering the the seriously hardcore Ridge Rangers– Oregon’s elite high-altitude rescue team–during their four-day winter training. Sure, Meg beefed up her outdoor skills over the summer . . . but she’s still hoping to cover the event with some hot chocolate by the cheery fireplace. Then, during a sudden blizzard, she swears she hears gunshots. No one stranded in the hut believes her . . . until self-absorbed Ridge Ranger Ben Rogers is found outside in a pool of frozen blood. Meg’s now got to find this killer quickly . . . before cabin fever does them all in!
I have been waiting for this book, thankfully we weren’t kept waiting a whole year!
Meg is back and off on another adventure and again she is not prepared and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!! She thinks a little “training” she did over the summer will be able to make her look like she knows what she is doing and fool her boss. Well she is prepared for roughing in front of the fireplace but she can’t ski and her cute little gloves are not going to keep her warm as she observes the Ridge Rangers. She does know what gunshots sound like and she knows they mean trouble especially when the head Ridge Ranger is found dead!
This girl she can get herself in the middle of things even when she is trying hard to avoid them. Her father was a journalist too and was killed. She hears his voice in her head throughout the entire story and there are several unanswered questions about his death. This was touched on in the first book and that subplot continues in this one.
Again in addition to the great cast of characters the setting is a character too. The author describes everything so wonderfully, from the blizzard and piles of snow to the frigid temps. Burrrrrrr!!! Traveling up an down the mountain from the main lodge to the remote Silcox Hut, I could picture it so vividly.
This was a fantastic story with a huge OMG moment! The main mystery was so good. I was suspecting everyone at one point or another. I had just one little issue with sometime Meg had a hard time with near the end of the story but I don’t want to spoil anything but those of you that know me will know exactly what I am talking about when you read the story.
I am already waiting the next edition, these cliffhangers are killer, lol!!!
Find out more about Kate Dyer Seeley on her webpage here.
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Comments on “Review – Slayed on the Slopes by Kate Dyer Seeley”
Slayed on the Slopes sounds like a great mystery. Thank you for your review.
I had some difficulties with the first one, but I liked it enough to want to read more about Meg. I will have to give this one a try.
Thanks for the review! I will definitely be looking for this one, I love to read about blizzards and snow.
I’ve been reading reviews of this and just got the first one from the library.
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