We can’t choose the strangers we meet.
As the guests arrive at beautiful, remote Mitchell’s Inn, they’re all looking forward to a relaxing weekend deep in the forest, miles from anywhere. They watch their fellow guests with interest, from a polite distance.
Usually we can avoid the people who make us nervous, make us afraid.
With a violent storm raging, the group finds itself completely cut off from the outside world. Nobody can get in – or out. And then the first body is found . . . and the horrifying truth comes to light. There’s a killer among them – and nowhere to run.
Until we find ourselves in a situation we can’t escape. Trapped.
A group of strangers with their own individual stories come to a hotel in the middle of nowhere, they get stuck because of the increasing snow storm and can’t call for help. Then dead bodies start appearing, it makes for a good plot line but I felt as though it wasn’t tense enough. The ending didn’t do really much for me. But I did like all the red herrings involving the guests and the hotel staff.
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