Thin Ice

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In the deep of winter, five students leave their hotel and the rest of their party to travel to Exeter across the moors. On route they’re cut up by a speeding Landrover and despite the weather, Matt the driver gives chase. Unfamiliar with the road and in truly dismal conditions, he loses control, crashes down an embankment and ends up sliding across a frozen lake of fractured thin ice. More

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Published by Artemis Publishers Ltd
Words: 57,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781780690803
About Alexander Keena

Alexander Keena was brought up and still lives in the East End of London. Adopted into a white family but from an Anglo Asian background his childhood was spent trying to find acceptance and identity in the seventies and early eighties before multiculturalism had fully evolved. Having worked at a variety of jobs from pizza delivery to bingo caller, and dated women from almost every conceivable race and religion, he has experienced a huge range of people and environments and continues to live an unusual and ever changing life. His desire is to make every story memorable and different in both concept and characters.

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Review by: ReadersEbooks on Oct. 31, 2012 :
The story is gripping and the characters credible – I have known people just like these, and found it easy to relate to them. The ambiance is well-described, with an ability to put the reader into the scene. The book is certainly worth a read. The publisher describes the book as a psychological thriller, and that is certainly accurate. I think that this book will remain on my bookshelf for another read with a cup of hot chocolate some cold winter’s night.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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