A Snowball's Chance in Hell by JD Kirk

A Snowball’s Chance in Hell by JD Kirk

In another fast-moving, banter-filled story, DCI Jack Logan and the team are on the hunt for a killer who targets the villains that escape justice. Nicknamed the Iceman, he has his own distinctive ways of torturing and killing. Only he killed himself five years ago.

Or did he?

This is the problem facing Jack, especially when he discovers the Iceman has a list of targets, which includes several police officers. It becomes a race to identify the killer before he kills again.

It’s another thrilling ride, laden with humour and familiar characters, leading to a thrilling climax and a couple of neat surprises. It’s dramatic, tense and exciting, with a strong backstory. While it can be read on as a standalone, you’ll savour it more by starting at the beginning of the series.

Definitely distinctive and a highly enjoyable book and series if you like your crime mixed with humour.


Which list are you on?

When a young man is found frozen to death on a Highland street in mid-December, DCI Jack Logan initially puts it down to a Christmas night out gone tragically wrong.

But, when a post mortem reveals something more sinister, Jack discovers he is dealing with a cold, calculating killer with a long line of victims, a talent for torture, and a perverse sense of justice.

Half a decade ago, the press dubbed him ‘The Iceman’ – a twisted vigilante who successfully evaded capture for two years, before melting away into the night.

Now, The Iceman has come back. His naughty list is longer than ever. And it contains some worryingly familiar names…

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