Snowblind II: The Killing Grounds
There are some places man was never meant to go. For the past seven years, John Avery has been combing the wilderness for any sign of his missing girlfriend, who set out upon the ski trip of a lifetime and was never seen again. Regions utterly isolated by geography and time. The discovery of a... show more
There are some places man was never meant to go.
For the past seven years, John Avery has been combing the wilderness for any sign of his missing girlfriend, who set out upon the ski trip of a lifetime and was never seen again.
Regions utterly isolated by geography and time.
The discovery of a video camera prompts Sheriff Wayne Dayton to dispatch a search party into one of the most remote areas of the Rockies in hopes of learning her fate.
Where few species can survive.
When a freak blizzard strikes, they find themselves wandering blindly into the killing grounds of a predator they can’t even see.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2015-10-04
Pages no: 106
Edition language: English
I've had a sick child this week so I'm way behind & I have a number of reviews I want to wrap up before I start Halloween Bingo so I'm going to make this short & sweet... If you read the first book, Snowblind, then this a definite must read. Both books are fantastic but I think I liked this one ev...
Snowblind was one of my favorite novellas from Darkfuse when it came out in 2012 and the second installment adds depth to the story without being a direct sequel. However, I do recommend reading Snowblind first in order to get the full effect of this one. A small group of people find themselves in...
Snowblind II: The Killing Grounds is the long-awaited (by me) sequel to DarkFuse’s 2012 Book of the Year, Snowblind. As the second storm in a row passes through Wolf Creek Pass, philandering Len Badgett and his current fling are heading back to civilization after their cozy (ski-less) skiing trip ...
I think it important to have read Snowblind before the sequel Snowblind 2 “The Killing Grounds” where the fate of William Coburn is granted respectful closure by Sheriff Wayne Dayton “He thought about William Coburn, the man who’d walked into the Alferd Packer Grill with his friend’s head under his ...
THEY COME AT NIGHT.Fug.Again?Yep.There’s a killing ground deep in the woods outside of Archuleta County where a highly intelligent and ruthless monster(s) hunts its prey using the terrain and the treetop canopies for camouflage. If you see it coming, it is too late - if you don’t see it coming, the ...