One by One by Ruth Ware

Reviewed by Emily Terasa (Library Staff)

An off-site company retreat at a mountain chalet sounds like a great time. Skiing, delicious food, drinks by the fire, and beautiful scenery should create a great atmosphere for team-bonding and collaboration. But when an avalanche hits, and bodies start appearing, the idyllic setting turns in to a nightmare for those left. They all must try to stay alive, while also figuring out who is killing the coworkers.

This atmospheric novel by Ruth Ware is written in a similar vein to Agatha Christie, and I enjoyed trying to figure out who was the murderer. If you are looking for a suspenseful thriller to get you in the mood for winter and snow, look no further!

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC WARE)

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