Témpano de sangre (Blood Floe), book two in the Greenland Crime series, comes out today in Spain.
Here’s the teaser in English:
David Maratse is settling into early retirement in the remote Arctic settlement of Inussuk, when an expedition yacht is discovered at the edge of the sea ice. Patches of blood have frozen to the decks. Three of the crew in the cabin are unconscious but alive, the rest are dead or missing.
Blood Floe has a bit more action than Seven Graves, One Winter, and sets the scene for the much darker We Shall Be Monsters.
I’m still making it up to Petra for “Monsters” with the Greenland Missing Persons series.
The Greenland Crime series has always been a bit darker, a bit bloodier, and in the case of “Monsters” … well, not so nice to be honest.
Prefer your books in Portuguese? Blood Floe can also be read as À Flor das Águas.
Dave Bennett says
Great cover! It nicely teases the storyline! Did you ‘build’ this one yourself – made all those chunks of ice out of white boxes?? :o)
Christoffer Petersen says
Thanks, Dave. Nope. This cover is from the Spanish publishers RBA. 🙂