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Book Club Selection > May 2015 Value Book Read - Frozen Grave by Lee Weeks

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David Gooch | 3992 comments Mod
Frozen Grave by Lee Weeks

FFrom the author of the bestselling Dead of Winter and Cold As Ice comes a page-turning new thriller that will have you hooked from start to finish.
The first body is found in London's East End - a middle-aged woman, brutally murdered.
The second body turns up in a disused quarry, attracting the attention of DI Carter and DC Willis. They had interviewed the dead man, JJ Ellerman, about his links to the first crime, and somebody wanted to stop him talking.
And then the third body is found, and it becomes clear a serial killer is on the loose. What connects the victims? And who will the killer go after next?

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David Gooch | 3992 comments Mod
Right first things first, the price on Amazon keeps jumping about it has been anything from £2.99 to £5.99 and changes regularly.
So if you are planning to read along and I highly recommend you do as it gets good reviews my advice is keep checking if you are buying from Amazon.
Alternatively E-Bay has it available at around the £2-4 mark so have a search on there as well.
The Works had it at £1.99 but is currently out of stock but you can sign up to be notified when it's in stock again.
Link for that is
Finally it is £3.96 from the Book Depository and they deliver worldwide for free. Link is

I hope this helps one or two find a copy this month of the group read.

David Gooch | 3992 comments Mod
Now on to the author.

The lady has her own site if you wish to check it out then it is at
but her site does not give any info on the book other than a nice pic of the cover.

review of the book is at

David Gooch | 3992 comments Mod
Just got my copy today. Arrived after I picked up a good value copy off e-bay.

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Susan Parry | 8 comments I do like a crime novel set in the winter - snow is so evocative. Lee Weeks clearly favours that season. (spookily my two set in winter are entitled Frozen Ground and Grave Hand!).

David Gooch | 3992 comments Mod
Right I am just about half way and I have to say that the book has so far captured my interest and kept it going. I will say that apart from the finding of the first body on the frozen ground I am at a loss as to the title fitting in with rest of it so far but it may well realise itself later.

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