In William Deverell’s riveting mystery, Snow Job, Arthur Beauchamp is back in sleuthing mode. This time the stakes are high as Beauchamp takes on a shadowy organization known as The Section—and its even more mysterious leader. Aided by his friend and former RCMP officer Suzanne Jardine, Beauchamp tries to unravel the group’s complex web of secrets and lies before it’s too late. Full of plot twists and turns,Snow Job is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that won’t let you go until the last page.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for those who like their mysteries dark, dangerous, and full of intrigue. If you’re a fan of books by Gillian Flynn or Robert Ludlum, then you’ll want to check out Snow Job.
- The plot is thrilling and full of twists and turns
- The novel has great characters that the reader will care about
- It’s a page turner
- The mystery is not very well written
- The suspense on the book falls short
- It’s a cliché
Learn more about the author
William Deverell is the author of six novels, including two previous Arthur Beauchamp mysteries, Dead in Bed and Gone to Ground. A recipient of The City of Toronto Book Award and three National Magazine Awards, he has also taught creative writing at the University of Toronto for more than twenty years.
“A taut, suspenseful tale that had me turning the pages as fast as I could. Deverell is a master at creating complex plots with believable characters.”
“A great mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. I really enjoyed it!”
“This edge-of-your-seat thriller had me guessing until the very end. I couldn’t put it down!”
“A riveting, complex mystery. . .”