‘Alaskan Christmas Cold Case’ by Sarah Varland

Christmas Under Fire…

The Ice Maiden Killer is back.

For years, a serial killer has eluded authorities—and he’s set Alaska state trooper Erynn Cooper in his sights. Erynn’s only chance at survival is to trust Moose Haven police chief Noah Dawson with her life and the truth about her past. But with Christmas quickly approaching, Erynn and Noah are running out of time to catch the murderer…before Erynn becomes the next victim.

About Sarah Varland

Sarah Varland lives with her husband and two sons in Alaska, with a view of the mountains that astounds her every day. She loves reading, writing, hiking, kayaking, and baking. Her first book, Treasure Point Secrets, released in 2014 and is set in coastal Georgia. Her second book, Tundra Threat, also released in 2014 and is set in Alaska. Her next few books will return to the coastal town of Treasure Point, Georgia, and the next releases in June 2016.

‘Whoever said things would look better in the morning had never had a serial killer after him.’

This is my third or fourth Sarah Varland book and I really enjoyed it. I’ve been looking forward to Noah Dawson getting a story and he is just a wonderful hero. Noah has been in love with Erynn Cooper, an Alaskan State Trooper working in the small town of Moose Haven, where is police chief. He’s never gotten up the courage to tell her that, and now someone is out to kill her. Together, they burn the midnight oil to catch this killer who has killed many before. Great suspense with a great cast of characters. Recommended.

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