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  • Title: A Wicked Snow
  • Author: Gregg Olsen
  • ISBN: 9780786030446
  • Page: 256
  • Format: ebook

  • A Wicked Snow By Gregg Olsen Wickedly Clever Genuinely Twisted Lisa GardnerHannah Griffin was a girl when tragedy struck She still remembers the flames reflected against the newly fallen snow and the bodies the police dug up one of them her mother s The killer was never found Twenty years later Hannah is a talented CSI investigating a case of child abuse when the past comes hurtling back.Wickedly Clever Genuinely Twisted Lisa GardnerHannah Griffin was a girl when tragedy struck She still remembers the flames reflected against the newly fallen snow and the bodies the police dug up one of them her mother s The killer was never found Twenty years later Hannah is a talented CSI investigating a case of child abuse when the past comes hurtling back A killer with unfinished business is on the hunt And an anonymous message turns Hannah s blood cold Your Mom called Olsen will scare you and you ll love it Lee Child A Gruesome Crime, Fine Characters Lee Child An Irresistible Page Turner Kevin O brien A Taut Thriller Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Gregg Olsen
    Throughout his career, Gregg Olsen has demonstrated an ability to create a detailed narrative that offers readers fascinating insights into the lives of people caught in extraordinary circumstances.A 1 New York Times bestselling author, Olsen has written ten nonfiction books, ten novels, and contributed a short story to a collection edited by Lee Child.The award winning author has been a guest on dozens of national and local television shows, including educational programs for the History Channel, Learning Channel, and Discovery Channel He has also appeared on Good Morning America, The Early Show, The Today Show, FOX News CNN, Anderson Cooper 360, MSNBC, Entertainment Tonight, CBS 48 Hours, Oxygen s Snapped, Court TV s Crier Live, Inside Edition, Extra, Access Hollywood, and AE s Biography.In addition to television and radio appearances, the award winning author has been featured in Redbook, USA Today, People, Salon magazine, Seattle Times, Los Angeles Times and the New York Post.The Deep Dark was named Idaho Book of the Year by the ILA and Starvation Heights was honored by Washington s Secretary of State for the book s contribution to Washington state history and culture.Olsen, a Seattle native, lives in Olalla, Washington with his wife and Suri a mini dachshund so spoiled she wears a sweater.

    A Wicked Snow By Gregg Olsen

    Commentaires:

    Jean
    If ever a person needed therapy, it is Hannah Griffin The summary of Gregg Olsen s A Wicked Snow barely brushes the surface of the terrible tragedy Hannah endured when she was twelve Her aunt and uncle did their best to shelter her and nurture her in the years that followed, but it is obvious that Hannah has never put the past behind her Married with a young daughter of her own, Hannah Logan Griffin is a woman haunted by an unspeakable event that stole her family, her privacy, and her peace of m [...]

    Kath Middleton
    Hannah Griffin lost her family in a tragedy on the family s farm when she was young She receives a box at work which contains items of evidence stolen from the court s archives and her past begins to chase her The man convicted of helping to set fire to her old home is about to be released from prison and he believes the real killer is still out there As her sleep and health begin to crumble, Hannah tries to find the truth.I found this book totally gripping The characters were convincing and the [...]

    Robjr73
    There were a couple of moments where I thoughtooh this book is good Then I got bored again None of the characters interested me and I still can t get past the fact that the author decided to name one of the main characters FBI agentJeff Bauer Maybe Jack has a brother For those few moments where I got excited I gave it two stars but there are so many authors that write in this genre that do a better job Go find out who they are and pass on Gregg Olsen s A Wicked Snow.

    Anne(Booklady) Molinarolo
    I was so looking forward to reading this the book blurb sucked me into wanting to know what happened on Christmas Eve on a wicked snow A female mass murderer, 20 bodies including the killer s two young boys, the sole survivor of Claire Logan terrified looking at the fire engulfed house But Hannah isn t a character I got to know very well She s icky She can t stand the smell of gasoline, she is too nervous, and the author wants us readers to believe she is a loving wife and mother as well as a hi [...]

    Li'l Owl
    This book was pretty good but not outstanding for me It was a good mystery as to what really happened that night but a little slower paced then I prefer, which is why I only gave it 3.5 stars I m wanting to say parts of the plot were a little bit predictable but I wasn t certain, so it kept me interested enough to want to find out how it ends There were a few nice twists towards the end that I did not see coming Overall it was a good mystery, suspense novel and it definitely was worth reading.

    Jool
    Gregg Olsen writes another great page turner in this book A Wicked Snow With flashbacks of a deadly serial killer scene in the snow twenty years ago, Investigator Hannah Griffin suspects that her mother the serial killer of that scene twenty years ago, and presumably burned to death in the fire is still alive Hannah has to fight her own demons, the memories of that long ago Christmas Eve night of rescue personnel unearthing body after body while the house had burned to the ground and finally get [...]

    Victoria
    I had some rather mixed feelings about this thriller Though it was certainly pretty exciting, it just wasn t executed very well The main character, Hannah, felt completely unsympathetic she had a lot of issues, but not enough of them to be quirky or even likable She just came off as odd and unbelievable A friend of mine borrowed my copy and alerted me to the cartoon like handling of the physical descriptions of the other characters good people were pretty and the bad were very ugly He claimed th [...]

    Courtney
    This book was another disappointment for me Instead of giving up on it, I pushed through the story The story seemed to go interesting, boring, interesting, boring, interesting, boring, and so on and so on Then finally it picked up about page 150 it s a 369 page book then it got a little boring, but not like before By the time I got to the end, I had guessed the ending about 20 or so pages before and it wasn t that great of an ending in my opinion It had a great plot but a poor execution of the p [...]

    Patricia
    What a page turner, absolutely incredible, a must read

    Betsy
    I usually love Gregg Olsen I found this to be slow at times I thought the ending was rushed Not my favorite of his books 3 stars

    Jennifer
    A couple months ago I read the latest Harlan Coben standalone and though I enjoyed it, I felt like Coben was phoning it in and that his suspense novels had started to blur in my head Then, I read this novel, plucked off the e shelf at my local library, and I want to issue an apology I m not sure I fully appreciated the skill with which Coben constructs his narratives until I read this schlocky mess I almost stopped halfway through this book, because it was making me crazy and annoyed, but I want [...]

    Jenness
    Hannah Griffin, wife, mother and CSI investigator, is suddenly thrust into her past which she has worked so hard to forgot Hannah was the only survivor of a horrible fire which also turned out to be the scene of the worst murder scene in years Her stroll down memory lane leads her to believe her mother, believed to be the cause of the fire and the deaths of 17 men, may actually have survived the fire and is living a new life The book seems to rush to a conclusion after such a lenghty buildup the [...]

    April
    Pro s This book caught my attention because I do like murder mysteries, and much of the story takes place in Oregon I like the fact that the author requires the reader to really pay attention to the story line because he mentions certain details that can help the reader sort of figure out clues The ending is not really the end which leaves room for a sequal Con s I feel that the author did not develope his characters as well as he should have I got a vague feeling for each character The main fem [...]

    Margie
    I enjoyed the book and didn t count on the ending being what it was It kept me going right to the end A good suspense story

    tattwa
    W porywach 2,5 5.

    Kristin
    This book wasokay.Hannah the protagonist was very bland She had a lot of issues but I found it difficult to be sympathetic towards her because of how unrealistic and plastic she acted Even internally when she was battling her own demons she came off as some sort of defective Barbie than a person.The plot had a lot of ups and downs, unfortunately it had downs than ups It was very boring, it had periods where there was nothing going on and during the recounting scenes from Hannah it was told in [...]

    wally
    finished this one this afternoon, five pee em if it matters clock is chiming a christmas carol haven t moved the button over, as yet whatever the other list of songs includes good story not always, but at times, i ll check out some of the reviews for what i m reading, recentfavorites not so much though i take a brief look star star, that kind of look and it s like everything i guess, you have one star reviewers who justify that take by saying such and suchd vice versa for the five star me four s [...]

    Bagman
    I liked this book I liked it a lot I liked the protagonist, Hannah, who was involved in the most heinous of crimes as a child and grows into adult hood trying to forget Most of all she tries to forget her mother, the main antagonist, who was killed during the crime, but continues to take on many forms of evil throughout the story Hannah tries to push the events into the furthers recesses of her mind, but forgetting isn t possible Hannah has never given up trying to understand exactly how and why [...]

    Becky
    A Wicked Snow is the story of a young girl, Hannah, who is traumatized by the loss of her brothers and mother in a horrific fire at their Christmas tree farm on Christmas morning Hannah is sent to live with her aunt She grows up to be a crime scene investigator and is still haunted by the night so many years ago When she receives a strange package, and begins getting phone calls from a reporter after so many years, Hannah begins to think that her mother didn t die in the fire, but is alive and w [...]

    Jennifer
    Oh my goodnessis e book was excellent Gregg Olsen just had a way of drawing me in and keeping me hooked The book is divided into 3 parts, the first being current day, with a little bit of the past thrown in but just enough to have you asking what in the world went down all those years ago to traumatize Hannah so much The second part goes in the past and fills in the blanks from part one plus some alright a lot The final part goes back to current day and how the story had progressed from part one [...]

    Elaine
    I m ambivalent between liking and disliking this I m thinking that this is a mystery that s really interesting and then While the story starts off as present day, it morphed into the horrific crime from Hannah s past Told in snippets at first as Hannah is recalling those bits, those bits become longer until they make up most of the book I don t have an issue with that in itself but it s the spattering of inane speculations by some of the minor characters that should have been left out They specu [...]

    Michelle
    This book was like a see saw to me Back and forth, up and down At first it was boring and confusing Then it sucked me in and I thought it was great Then back to boring and drawn out, then exciting, then implausible, and thene end The mystery was pretty solid and could have been fantastic with different characters Parts of the plot were not necessary or even cohesive, but the idea and setting were interesting My main beef with this book were the characters No one was particularly likable and I fo [...]

    Maggie61
    This is the first adult book I have read of this author s Hannah lived though a horror in her childhood, daughter of a serial killer whose victims Included her brothers Many years have passed and she is still looking for the mother she believes is alive although others tell her she is not No one knows that she is the daughter of Claire Logan other than her husband The conclusion isn t as happily ever after we would probably have preferred Kind of like the story ended before the ending There were [...]

    Marianne Jay
    I love Gregg Olsen I love the way Gregg Olsen writes I love the way Gregg Olsen thinksI love Gregg Olsen s books period exclamation point.I read this book in two days I literally could not put it down It is like one of those good old fashioned horror movies where the monster never dies.If you have been considering reading this book READ IT WITH THE LIGHTS ON It is sheer awesomeness.

    Sherry
    The concept was great The actual writing wasn t I trudged through this for the ending It really wasn t worth the time I listened to the book and it s the first narration I didn t like I m a fan of audio books and up until now I haven t been disappointed Well this narration was read like the news It s very flat and dull The story a itself was interesting but the writing was not very good I am giving it 3 stars it s a 2.5.

    Allyson Abu-hajar
    First book, I ve read by this author Great mystery Hannah Logan Griffin survived a terrible tragedy, that her two brother died in Someone wants to resurrect the past, and sends Hannah the twin boys shoes, that are supposed to be locked up in a vault It sets in motion, for Hannah to get contact the former judge and FBI that worked the case The quest is on to find out what happened all those years ago.

    Gina
    After coming across this book mentioned in the Paperbackswap newsletter I decided to give it a try I am so glad I did This was what a murder mystery should be Deliciously engrossing, it was the first book in quite some time that I literally could not put down I think I have found a new favorite in Gregg Olsen.

    Dee Toomey
    A wicked ly good book Gregg Olsen doesn t fool aroundhe grabs you and drags you into the story from the start It was really hard to put this one down to go to bedbut I had to get some sleep Well written, fast paced, and a story that will keep you reading It doesn t get much better then this

    Loraine
    This is an absolutely great first novel of fiction by true crime writer Gregg Olsen It is a well written and cleverly told story that grabs you from the first page and doesn t let go till the end I will definitely be looking forward to this author s next thriller I loved it

    Hazel
    That s the first book I ve read by Gregg Olsen, I have to say it was hard to put down, it was one of the better books I ve read, I didn t see a whole lot of the mystery unfold, some was a complete surprise I loved it I have of Gregg Olsen on my to read list

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