I started reading this story without a clue of the plot. All I know is that I love this author's stories.
This one starts with a murder in a hotel room. But who did it? Was it really the husband who was caught "red handed"?
Ted is hired to investigate this and sets off in a snowstorm to the hotel. There's just him and the twins who run the place staying in the hotel. Or is there?
This started off more of a mystery, but as it progressed and the snow penned the people in, the story got more and more claustrophobic and ever so creepy. The noise the cages made was horrific in my imagination. This is not a story to read late at night. There are many layers to this story, even though it's not a mammoth read.
As expected, I thoroughly enjoyed this story. This author's mind is a bit warped. Which is good for us readers.