Sunday, April 28, 2013

Bookish Review: Frozen Solid

Frozen Solid is Tabor's second book featuring heroine Hallie Leland. I didn't read the first, but Hallie is a strong and compelling character. Readers who enjoy thrillers, especially those involving secret government agencies and intrigue should enjoy this one. Hallie is sent to replace an old friend who has died suddenly while doing scientific research on the South Pole. Hallie is no stranger to dangerous places, but the South Pole is the most extreme setting she's ever ventured into, and when she discovers that her friend's death was no accident, she realizes she may be in over her head. Hallie's mentor and her boyfriend back in the States begin to realize that there is something happening on the Pole, but with communications down and weather restricting travel, is there any way they can help her before it is too late?

This is definitely a page-turner. I still have a question about the ending, but for the most part, a very enjoyable and exciting read.

Note: An e-ARC of this title was provided by the publisher via NetGalley, which was much appreciated, but did not affect the content of my review.

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