Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Chills by Mary SanGiovanni



This book is down right creepy, especially if it is snowing where you are.  The book takes place in Colby, Connecticut during a freak snowstorm in May. Detective Jack Glazier has found a body in the snow. Unfortunately this will be just one of many. The murder seems to be occult related so Kathy Ryan, an occult specialist is called in. 

The snowstorm has the whole town cut off. Businesses and schools are all closed. Power and phone lines are down. As the snow rises so does the body count. The detectives and Kathy Ryan discover that the snow and the murders are related to a secret society and a ritual they are creating to bring in their powerful Gods to take over.  The snow takes form as people and creatures that are capable of killing, but how do you kill snow.  Kathy finds a way to do a ritual of her own in order to close the door that the Occult is opening. If she can stay alive long enough.

This story had me biting my nails at times. It is a toss up if that was from the story Mary Sangiovanni has written or if Chris Abell's narration caused it.  The story was awesome and Chris Abell has done a great job of bringing it to life in the audiobook. 


I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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