The Girls in the Snow by Stacy Green | Review

The Girls in the Snow | Stacy Green | Bookouture | Pub: October 19, 2020 | Pages: 347

This is book #1 from the Nikki Hunt Series! The good news is there are already four books out currently from this series!

This book was so very close to being a 5 star, but the pace of the story was just way too slow for me.

I’m a big fan of book series and I’m very excited to keep reading more Nikki Hunt books! I really ended up loving the characters, and I’m very curious what will happen now. There’s still a lot more to the story left to tell and can’t wait to see what direction it will take! Especially about Nikki’s possible new relationship!

Bonus points too – the story was very unpredictable! I did not see the ending coming and loved that there was a conclusion to the two main storylines!

I’m super excited to be reading the next books in this series! If you love police procedurals, with lots of character development, you will love this book!


In the remote forests of Stillwater, Minnesota, you can scream for days and no one will hear you. So when the bodies of two fifteen-year-old girls are discovered frozen in the snow, Special Agent Nikki Hunt is sure the killer is local: someone knew where to hide them and thought they'd never be found.

Home for the first time in twenty years, Nikki sees that the whole town had been frantically searching for missing best friends Madison and Kaylee, and when she finds out who Madison’s step-father is, she becomes desperate to lead the case. John was once the person she trusted most in the world, who stood by her when she was just sixteen and her parents were murdered. Who supported her when she identified their killer, Mark Todd.

But when Nikki arrives at the Sheriff’s office, she’s confronted by protesters eager to see Mark freed. With new evidence that could clear his name, Mark has appealed his conviction and his brother Rory begs Nikki to take a look at what they’ve found.

Nikki knows she must focus on the killer at large, but Rory makes her wonder if she put her trust in the right people all those years ago. Are Madison and Kaylee’s deaths connected to her parents’ murders? And can she face up to her past before another life is taken?


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