Sheri White's Dark Domain
Four men take their annual trip to hunt for elk on a mountain when one of them breaks a leg. They manage to get him inside an abandoned house, but when the three men gather outside to discuss the situation, their friend is brutally murdered - but there is nobody around that they can see.

Thinking that maybe a bear had broken in through a hole in the wall of the house, the others arm themselves, ready to kill the bear if it showed itself again. But when another one of the men is killed practically right in front of them, they realize itís not just a bear they are dealing with.

The two remaining men have to try and stay alive during the night, not only watching for whatever is out there, but also trying not to freeze to death.

I enjoyed this story very much, and read it in just a couple of hours because I didnít want to stop. I had to find out what was stalking the men, and although I thought I had it figured out early in the story, I was wrong. The stalker was a lot more frightening than I thought.

Snowblind is a suspenseful, creepy, gory ride that grabs you from the very first page and doesnít let you breathe until the last.

Review by Sheri White

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