3 stars. I've read all of Ruth Ware books and enjoyed them, but this one was a disappointment. It started off well. A group of co-workers go to a remote ski chalet high up a mountain in France, there is some disagreement between some of them about a possible buy out. One by one, several of the guests disappear or die. An avalanche hits and they are stranded without electricity or a way to contact the outside world. She had a good idea to work with. I just found that the actual reading of the book was plodding. It was repetitive. There were inconsistencies that niggled. At the end, there was a bit of an exciting finish, but it felt anticlimactic. Not her best book, rather disappointing.

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