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Grant Hastings was once the leader of an elite special ops team known as The Sebs. Now he’s retired, living alone in a bedsit over a pub, and haunted by the ghosts of the mistakes he’s made in the past.

Then a mysterious woman turns up to entice Hastings and The Sebs back for one last mission, to rescue an anthropologist, son of an esteemed professor, who is feared to be
Kindle Edition, 140 pages
Published June 8th 2017 by Severed Press
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Yvonne Davies
Hastings, a washed up special forces was hired by Appleby a man of means. All he had to do was to rescue his son from the Himalayas after he went in search of the Yeti. Armed with his old troop, Hastings thought how hard would it be. How wrong was he.
When you are introduced to Hastings, Knowles and Vine, they are stuck in a rut. Hastings is in a dingy B&B feeling sorry for himself, Vine and Knowles are stuck in jobs going nowhere. When an “easy” mission comes their way, its a chance of them gett
Aug 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
Frostbite is a relatively short book at just 138 pages but there is an avalanche of detail stuffed in. Once again Dave Jeffery absolutely delivers in regards to his ability to develop a character just deep enough so that you care before he happily rips them apart in front of your mind’s eye. The cold and bleak world the majority of the book is set in is gloriously detailed and imagined. Enough to give you Frostbite just reading about it. The twists and turns keep on coming which keep you on the ...more
James Watts
Apr 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Review of Frostbite by Dave Jeffery and published by Severed Press

A well-written creature feature that I would recommend to any fan of the genre.

ByJames W.on March 21, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition

What can I say about Frostbite by Dave Jefferies other than it was a good read? Well, I can tell you that and more, but not so much as to spoil the book for future readers. I can say it was also a unique read, the unique being the twist on the traditional Bigfoot/Yeti tale.
The story starts with the myster
May 16, 2018 rated it liked it
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Grant Hastings considers himself and his special forces team retired from missions until he is approached with an offer. A father and daughter tell him that their son/brother has gone missing on an expedition in Nepal's mountains in search of the Yeti. With contact lost, they want Grant to lead a rescue mission and he eventually agrees to get his old team back together. However after smuggling themselves into Nepal they are ambushed by armed police and angry locals who don't seem to want their m ...more
John W. Dennehy
Nov 25, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I picked up the audio-book version of this title. It was my beginning venture into audio-books and this one delivered in spades. Others have not measured up, even from some well-known authors. The writing here is descriptive but maintains a fast pace. The characters are developed as distinct individuals, and the book is plotted with action scenes that flow nicely. In fact, even the scenes that are not action-based are loaded with dialog and interactions that move along. Generally, a major point ...more
Warren Stalley
Oct 13, 2018 rated it liked it
A crack team of ex black ops soldiers are recruited by a dubious yet wealthy professor to rescue his son trapped on a mountain in the Himalayas. What follows is an action-packed B-movie story where author Dave Jeffery takes time sketching a back story to his characters to give greater depth within the explosive narrative. Despite the plot going a bit bonkers towards the end of the novel I still enjoyed Frostbite and would recommend this book to any fan of action adventures. I’m a big fan of the ...more
Deb Randolph
Jul 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Not your typical yeti story

What I thought would be another beast vs man book took a different turn and I loved it. I won't explain the turn because it might spoil this book for other readers. If you like mysteries with monsters thrown in then read this book. It will take you on quite a trip!
Jan 29, 2019 rated it liked it
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Sherrie Lynn Grimes
Jul 12, 2017 rated it really liked it

It was good liked story plot and way all the characters fit in only I didn't care for alien part
The Grim Reader
Aug 25, 2018 rated it liked it
Fun stuff, however, the bizarre plot twist didn't really work for me. Review soon. ...more
Matt (TeamRedmon)
Aug 24, 2020 rated it liked it
Fairly enjoyable action book featuring bigfoot like creatures.
Mar 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Twists and turns

A very well-written and entertaining book. Fascinating characters with a twisty storyline. Hoping for a second book to continue where this left off.
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"There are few UK horror authors as versatile and inventive as Dave Jeffery." - Tony Jones, GINGER NUTS OF HORROR.

"Jeffery is one of our best writers." - Chris Kelso, author of THE DREGS TRILOGY, I DREAM OF MIRRORS & VISTAS.

Dave Jeffery is author of 15 novels, two collections, and numerous short stories. His Necropolis Rising series and yeti adventure Frostbite have both featured on the Amazon #1

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