Death in the Arctic

Death in the Arctic

Summary

A frozen wilderness.

A killer in the skies.

When aspiring travel writer Chloé Campbell is invited aboard a luxury airship flying to the North Pole, she thinks she’s bagged the opportunity of a lifetime.

But she hasn’t had long to admire the dazzling icy views before a fellow passenger is found dead in their cabin.

Trapped at the top of the world, the group agrees a tragic accident has occurred. But as the hours tick by, fear turns to doubt.

It seems everyone’s a suspect.

And it isn’t long before the passengers begin to turn on each other . . .

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PRAISE FOR TOM HINDLE


'A new heir to Agatha Christie . . . classic crime for the 21st century' Ragnar Jónasson

'Clever, classy and captivating' Chris Whitaker

'One heir to Christie' Daily Mail

'This is riveting stuff, breathing new life into the traditional locked-room mystery. Hindle puts a 21st century spin on a Golden Age tale that's both captivating and cunning' Sun

'Tricksy, expertly plotted and kept me guessing till the end' Adam Simcox

'Twist after gut-punching twist' M. W. Craven

'Dazzling' Crime Monthly

About the author

Tom Hindle

Tom Hindle hails from Leeds and lives in Oxfordshire with his wife, a cat and two surprisingly cunning tortoises. He is the author of A Fatal Crossing, The Murder Game and Murder on Lake Garda - which were inspired by masters of the crime genre such as Agatha Christie and Anthony Horowitz.

Tom is hard at work on his next murder mystery.
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