Frostbite by Dave Jefferies

What can I say about Frostbite by Dave Jefferies other than it was a good read? Well, I can tell you that and more, but not so much as to spoil the book for future readers. I can say it was also a unique read, the unique being the twist on the traditional bigfoot/Yeti tale.
The story starts with the mysterious and beautiful Grace Appleby as she visits the S’OAK pub searching for ex-black ops commander Grant Hastings. Grant, after speaking with Grace’s father, accepts the job of locating a missing person very close to the professor and rounds up his old unit for one last mission in Nepal. Things quickly turn sour for Grant and his comrades once reaching their destination, betrayal rears its ugly head as mystic beings, and otherworldly happenings begin to intervene in this turbulent rescue mission. To tell you any more would spoil the tale Mr. Jeffery has given us and deprive you of such well-honed writing.
I found the twist in this tale refreshing and found Jeffery’s writing to be solid. If you enjoy stories with about Bigfoot or the Abominable Snowman, with an unpredictable ending that leaves the story open for more adventure to come, I suggest you pick up a copy of Frostbite. You will not be disappointed.

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