Winter Frost by R. D. Wingfield

Published December 5, 2011

Winter Frost by R. D. Wingfield

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I was so glad to get my hands on this book. I started reading the Inspector Frost series months ago, and going by Shelfari’s series links, was expecting to read five installments. There were five available for the Kindle, all was well. Except, Wikipedia informed me of another - technically the fifth in a series of five - and lo and behold, there it was on Amazon, but not as an ebook.

I finished the fourth Frost and knew I wouldn’t be able to complete the series without reading the entire series, so I waited. Thankfully, Winter Frost finally became available and I quickly snapped it up.

It is in keeping with the rest of the series, very good, very personable, great characterisations. It seems as though each progressive book is getting a little bit more gruesome. I hesitate to say getting darker, but Frost seems to be in more and more trouble and the stakes keep on getting higher and higher. I dread to think what will be in the final book!

It was a great read, although I felt it ended quite suddenly. All the required ends were tied up, we weren’t left wondering what happened, but it all happened abruptly after such masses of build up. Nevertheless, a thumbs up and I can now happily go on and read the final book.

Rating: Unrated

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