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A Song of Winter by Andrew James Greig

Blurb

Blurb 

Edinburgh is basking in an unnaturally warm winter until the snow starts falling. When a student disappears, along with his climate research, and the national government close down all communications, Professor Finlay Hamilton realises there is a link between his own research into dark matter and the freak weather. Suddenly he is in a desperate race to save his wife, Jess, and their young family from a catastrophic event. His only help is a man from Jess’s past, a past he never knew existed.

Under the relentless snowfall, only the strong will survive – and Jess must be strong enough to keep her family safe.

About the Author

Andrew James Greig lives in Scotland with his family and is inspired by the country he calls home. He has written two crime novels – Whirligig and The Devil’s Cut. His debut crime novel, Whirligig, published by Edinburgh based Fledgling Press in 2020, was longlisted for the CWA New Blood Dagger debut award and a Finalist for the Bloody Scotland McIlvanney Prize.

The Virtual Book Tour

Book Reviews & Features

https://www.booksbybindu.com/home/ASongOfWinter

Buy Link

https://www.fledglingpress.co.uk/product-page/a-song-of-winter

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