Book Reviews of Frozen

Author: Jay Bonansinga
ISBN-13: 9780786017232
ISBN-10: 0786017236
Publication Date: 8/1/2005
Pages: 346
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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great thriller and murder mystery
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Very good mystery, and since I have been to Alaska, I really enjoyed the descriptions.
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FBI special agent Ulysses Grove has a rare talent. He can intuitively find serial killers that apparently leave no clues. He believes his talent is a product of paying extraordinary attention to the details of a crime scene together with an ability to think like the killer. But there is a certain unknown quality, which he cannot really identify, which makes him the best profiler in the business.
Recently however, there have been a series of crimes committed by a killer the media has dubbed the Sun City killer after the place where the first murder occurred. Grove has not been able to get a handle on the perpetrator and many, including his boss, Tom Geisel, have felt he has lost his special insight.

In an effort to shake him out of his lethargy, Geisel sends Grove to Alaska to meet with a journalist from Discover magazine who has an interesting theory on a totally unrelated matter. The journalist, Maura County, has been following an archeological find of some significance. Some hikers uncovered the body of a man presumably 6000 years old which had been preserved in a glacier. What is most interesting to Maura is that the condition of the body suggests this man had been murdered. She wants Grove to confirm the fact the man had been murdered and profile his killer.
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When a frozen corpse apparently buried in Alaskan ice for 6000 years resembles the work of a present day serial killer, Bonansinga nimbly avoids all melodramatic traps and makes his two investigatorsan ambitious journalist and a severely troubled FBI profilerbelievable and moving human beings caught up in a strange adventure.

Very exciting thriller.
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I really enjoyed this
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good book, kinda scary when you read this and wonder about your own family blood lines.
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Frozen will chill you to the bone!! by J.A. Konrath

A relentless chiller that leaves you guessing and gasping again and again! by David Morrell

I thought these two quotes were the best and it is a very good read! It takes a twist you just don't see coming and from that point you won't put it down!