'This is a very spooky story ... Disturbing in a Midsomer Murders kind of way' Daily Express.
'A thick layer of snow hides the sins of a creepy rural village in Alison Littlewood's chilly debut novel ... an itchy tension-cranker of parental paranoia' SFX.
'A Cold Season is an intelligent, sensitive book. Its chills are delivered with precision certainly, but in subtle yet equally terrifying manner it's the parts that aren't scary which speak as loudly as the parts that freak you out' Spooky Reads.
'a scary read that will chill you to the bone' CrimeSquad.
'When it comes to debut novels, Littlewood offers forth a masterpiece that stakes immediately claim as one of 2013's finest' Horror Novel Reviews.
'Alison Littlewood uses old flavors with a fresh and personal approach to brew a story both sensible and terrifying at the same time' Dark Wolf. 'A Cold Season has taken the horror world by storm and shows no signs of slowing down' This Is Horror.
'This is a very spooky story. You'll love it if you are into tales of the occult, or a fan of film classic The Wicker Man' Judy Finnigan.
'hugely enjoyable' Richard Madeley. 'Littlewood's first novel is an assured and finely-crafted piece of work, probably the best horror debut since Joe Hill's 2007 novel, Heart-Shaped Box' Reader Dad.
A DARK SECRET: But the locals aren't as friendly as Cass had hoped, and Ben is beginning to display a hostility she can't understand. Then the blizzards blow in, and Darnshaw is marooned in a sea of snow.
ISOLATED: Now, threatened on all sides, Cass finds herself pitted against forces she can barely comprehend.
The cold season has begun...