About “White Out”
Long hours of driving on the frigid interstate have taken their toll. In a split second, Frank Sawyer’s car drifts and clips a passing van on the otherwise empty Montana highway. In the aftermath of the wreck, Sawyer encounters a gruesome scene: the van’s passenger did not survive. But it isn’t the crash that took his life—he’s been shot. Before Sawyer can assess what’s happened, he’s struck from behind. When he regains consciousness, he discovers that his attacker is gone, his car is missing—and the police have named him their prime suspect in the dead man’s murder.
The harsh winter weather bears down as the chaos unfolds, and Sawyer finds himself trapped in the small town of Cluff. And law enforcement is keeping him firmly in their sights, so there’s no possibility of escape. As he struggles to clear his name, Sawyer looks to the past for answers, becoming embroiled in a decades-old mystery that may hold the key to proving his innocence.
This book was a little bit harder to get into. I think it was harder for me because it was in first person and I usually prefer it not to be in first person. It took a bit to get into the story, but then it really got going and it was a great page turner. This is the author’s first novel and I think the storyline was great maybe a little unrealistic with how a newly returned missionary got right in there and saved a case that even the police couldn’t figure out, but who am I to judge.. If you like a good suspense, I am sure you will like this read.