Ice Shear by M.P. Cooley Review-Post
June is a cop working the night shift in upstate N.Y. when she discovers a young woman's body impaled on an ice shear in the frozen Mohawk River.
She had to move back to her hometown with her young daughter when her husband died. She lives with her father, who is retired from the police force and is able to care for her daughter, when she is working.
She is instructed by the FBI to work on this horrific murder case. As she gets closer to finding the killer other evidence comes into play.
I found this story to be intriguing not as exciting as I wanted it to be, but maybe I was expecting it to be filled with many unexpected events. It was a good read as far as murder investigation's go.