Book Review: Frozen Footprints by Therese Heckenkamp

This is the second book Therese kindly offered to me for review. I enjoyed Past Suspicion and so I anticipated that I would enjoyFrozen Footprints, too.

Well, all I can say is if you like reading suspenseful books that keep you on the edge of your seat, you will love Frozen Footprints! It is a chilling novel about twins, Charlene and Max. Max is kidnapped and held for ransom. Their rotten grandfather refuses to help so Charlene goes searching for Max herself. What she and Max go through at the hands of the kidnapper is just awful and my stomach was in knots the whole time reading.

And that’s saying a lot, especially since I broke my own rule (not reading the last chapter of a book for review books) and wound up reading the last chapter of the book before I was halfway through and knew how it ended – which was a clever ending. (Sorry Therese!) Yeah, I know, but I had too! I couldn’t take not knowing how the twins turned out. See, this is why I don’t ordinarily read suspense novels – I can’t take the suspense! LOL!

Suspense aside, Frozen Footprints is a well-written book with engrossing characters, even the evil, evil kidnapper and nasty grandfather. And, Therese does an amazing job seamlessly weaving in the Catholic faith into the book.  I highly recommend this book for all lovers of suspense novels.

I give this book four (4) stars.



  1. I also enjoyed this book, Carol! It’s very different from her first novel…God bless…

  2. Always good to hear about good books.
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