To Hell in a Handbasket by Beth Groundwater

To Hell in a Handbasket, the second book in the Claire Hanover series, takes the reader along on a family ski trip to Breckinridge, Colorado.  Beth Groundwater’s examination of family dynamics set around a murder mystery is sure to have readers alternately biting their nails and laughing aloud.  Dangers, both real and imagined, keep Claire on edge to protect the most important thing in her life, her family.  Claire struggles to let her daughter become the adult she is while trying to protect her from physical danger.  Populated with characters ranging from a wealthy accountant, Russian mobsters, helpful drug dealers, career snowboarders, and a thoughtful detective, To Hell in a Handbasket is a fast, fun, and entertaining read.


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