The Man Burned by Winter

The Man Burned by Winter

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An investigative journalist on the edge. A serial killer testing his limits. What they have in common can freeze the blood.

Still reeling from a personal tragedy, investigative journalist Rooker Lindström finds a grim hideaway from the world. It’s the dilapidated cabin on Minnesota’s Deer Lake bequeathed to him by his late father—one of the most notorious serial killers in the state. If the walls of this murder house could talk, they’d scream.

Detective Tess Harlow needs something from Rooker only he can provide: a window into the mind of a murderer. A copycat is on the prowl, following in the footsteps of Rooker’s father. After reluctantly agreeing to take on the role of consultant, Rooker makes a chilling discovery. Every victim—five and counting—is a depraved taunt meant only for him. Rooker is not just tracking a killer playing sick games. In this brutal Minnesota winter, Rooker is confronting his past.

Maybe working with Tess is Rooker’s last chance at redemption. But to outrun his father’s legacy, he must follow a darker path still to come.

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    The Man Burned by Winter Reviews

  • Deb

    Page TurnerI felt like I was part of this story as the author's descriptive writing caused me to envision each character and their surroundings. The twists and turns kept me on my toes attempting to d...

  • Ivyanna

    I was hooked on this thriller from the beginning. I wasn't really into Rooker's character, but I think that might have been the author's intention, given all that Rooker's been through. The twists and...

  • Tami Stewart

    Interesting read, but the writing style lacks finesse.I enjoyed this book, it was hard to put down, but the writing style leaves a bit to be desired, kind of like the jagged edge of a serrated knife v...

  • Nancy Salic

    Kept you guessingInteresting read. Kept you wondering what was going to happen next. I'm going to have to read again to get the connection between all the characters again. Sorry the second book in th...

  • Marilyn Brown

    It was THIS close to being a decent book. Characters need work and some of the descriptions were waaay out there. I think the last 40% of the book was written in a 3 hour deadline. What were the snowf...

  • Jessica sarah

    i didn’t get itJust not a tight enough story imo. Why was it written like it was set in Sweden, with Swedish names, food, references but actually set in America? It was like the location name change...

  • Nikki Merchant

    Great readOne of the best psychological thrillers I've read. Captivating, suspenseful, unexpected. It's a book you won't want to stop reading until the end. ...

  • Germaine Irwin

    Probably a 3.5Creepy but good ...

  • Nancy

    Had PotentialBut way too gruesome for me and characters I couldn’t connect with. Not for me. Another Kindle First fail, unfortunately ...

  • Jordyn Kastlunger

    What a phenomenal book. From the start, I was immediately hooked. This author is so descriptive in both his characters and the ambiance throughout. I couldn’t put it down, and what waited on each pa...