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-"Library Journal" Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes" In the Bleak Midwinter," however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict. "-Washington Post Book World" A riveting page-turner from start to finish. -"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it. -"Kirkus Reviews" The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page. -"Maine Sunday Telegram" One of the most impressive "first" crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book. -Charlaine Harris, author of "Shakespeare's Counselor" Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vital mystery. -April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and "Learning to Fly" -Superb!- --Library Journal -Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes In the Bleak Midwinter, however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict.- --Washington Post Book World -A riveting page-turner from start to finish.- --Publishers Weekly (starred review) -Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page.- --Denver Rocky Mountain News -Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it.- --Kirkus Reviews -Compelling...many twists.- --Romantic Times -Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale.- --Midwest Book Review -The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page.- --Maine Sunday Telegram -Julia Spencer-Fleming is already a winner, but she deserves a triple crown. In a strong, distinctive voice, she sets her characters down In the Bleak Midwinter and pits them against public murder, personal demons, and the power of nature itself.- --Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the Face Down Mysteries -One of the most impressive -first- crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book.- --Charlaine Harris, author of Shakespeare's Counselor -Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vital mystery.- --April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and Learning to Fly "Superb!" --Library Journal "Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes In the Bleak Midwinter, however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict." --Washington Post Book World "A riveting page-turner from start to finish." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page." --Denver Rocky Mountain News "Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it." --Kirkus Reviews "Compelling...many twists." --Romantic Times "Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale." --Midwest Book Review "The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page." --Maine Sunday Telegram "Julia Spencer-Fleming is already a winner, but she deserves a triple crown. In a strong, distinctive voice, she sets her characters down In the Bleak Midwinter and pits them against public murder, personal demons, and the power of nature itself." --Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the Face Down Mysteries "One of the most impressive "first" crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book." --Charlaine Harris, author of Shakespeare's Counselor "Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vital mystery." --April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and Learning to Fly Superb! "Library Journal" Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes" In the Bleak Midwinter," however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict. "Washington Post Book World" A riveting page-turner from start to finish. "Publishers Weekly (starred review)" Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page. "Denver Rocky Mountain News" Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it. "Kirkus Reviews" Compelling...many twists. "Romantic Times" Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale. "Midwest Book Review" The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page. "Maine Sunday Telegram" Julia Spencer-Fleming is already a winner, but she deserves a triple crown. In a strong, distinctive voice, she sets her characters down "In the Bleak Midwinter" and pits them against public murder, personal demons, and the power of nature itself. "Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the Face Down Mysteries" One of the most impressive "first" crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book. "Charlaine Harris, author of Shakespeare's Counselor" Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vital mystery. "April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and Learning to Fly"" "Superb!" -"Library Journal" "Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes" In the Bleak Midwinter", however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict." "-Washington Post Book World" "A riveting page-turner from start to finish." -"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) "Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page."-"Denver Rocky Mountain News" "Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it." -"Kirkus Reviews" "Compelling...many twists."-"Romantic Times " "Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale."-"Midwest Book Review" "The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page." -"Maine Sunday Telegram" "Julia Spencer-Fleming is already a winner, but she deserves a triple crown. In a strong, distinctive voice, she sets her characters down "In the Bleak Midwinter" and pits them against public murder, personal demons, and the power of nature itself."-Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the "Face Down Mysteries" "One of the most impressive "first" crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book." -Charlaine Harris, author of "Shakespeare's Counselor" "Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vital mystery." -April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and "Learning to Fly" "Superb!" -"Library Journal" "Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes" In the Bleak Midwinter," however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict." "-Washington Post Book World" "A riveting page-turner from start to finish." -"Publishers Weekly" (starred review) "Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page."-"Denver Rocky Mountain News" "Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it." -"Kirkus Reviews" "Compelling...many twists."-"Romantic Times " "Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale."-"Midwest Book Review" "Superb!" -"Library Journal "Terrific action scenes...what really distinguishes" In the Bleak Midwinter, however, is the author's skillful portrayal of her protagonist's inner conflict." "-Washington Post Book World "A riveting page-turner from start to finish." -"Publishers Weekly (starred review) "Fleming hits a grand slam with In the Bleak Midwinter. The tension is constant. The dialogue is dead-on. The characters are interesting, thought provoking, and honest. The prose soars above the quality usually found in this genre. To top it all off, the story twists and turns to the last page."-"Denver Rocky Mountain News "Without ever slighting the central situation of the abandoned mother and her abandoned child, Spencer-Fleming shows admirable resourcefulness in the changes she rings on it." -"Kirkus Reviews "Compelling...many twists."-"Romantic Times "Filled with many twists and turns...[a] warm tale."-"Midwest Book Review "The prose soars...the story twists and turns to the last page." -"Maine Sunday Telegram "Julia Spencer-Fleming is already a winner, but she deserves a triple crown. In a strong, distinctive voice, she sets her characters down "In the Bleak Midwinter and pits them against public murder, personal demons, and the power of nature itself."-Kathy Lynn Emerson, author of the "Face Down Mysteries "One of the most impressive "first" crime novels I've read. A priest, a cop, a baby on the doorstep, and a lot of snow combined with suspenseful results for one great book." -Charlaine Harris, author of "Shakespeare's Counselor "Don't miss this one! You'll be rooting for Clare Fergusson in this engaging and vitalmystery." -April Henry, author of the Claire Montrose mysteries and "Learning to Fly --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

About the Author

Julia Spencer-Fleming was born at the Plattsburgh Air Force Base and spent most of her childhood on the move as an Army brat. She lives in a 180-year-old farmhouse outside of Portland, Maine, with her husband, three children, and beloved big dog. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

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  • ASIN : B00CM9CLKE
  • Publisher : Headline (18 June 2013)
  • Language : English
  • File size : 1766 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Not Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 330 pages
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