Night Shift by Robin Triggs

"Antartica. A mining base at the edge of the world. Anders Norvelt, last minute replacement as head of security, has no time to integrate himself into the crew before an act of sabotage threatens the project. He must untangle a complex web of relationships from his position as prime suspect.

Then a body is found int he ice. Systems fail as the long night falls. Now Anders must do more than find a murderer. He must find a way to survive.
Will anyone endure the night shift or will ice and frozen corpses be all that remains."

I was given this book by Flame Tree publishing in exchange for an honest review. I've loved each book they've sent me which are all horror/supernatural which is absolutely my thang!  But when I realised this book was science fiction I was instantly put off.

However I really loved this book, it only took me a day to read it. I would actually classify this as a dystopian thriller with a thin element of science fiction.

Robin Triggs does a great job of writing a book full of mystery and intrigue. I love a great "whodunnit" and had a great time trying to figure out who the saboteur was before Anders did. The plots moves rapidly, I couldn't put it down. I'd love to see this made into a film.

I really liked the writing style and I think fans of Harlan Coben will love this book. I would have liked to have seen a bit more back story but the author has stated that he has planned this to be the first in a trilogy and if that happens this is a great first book in the series.


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