Thursday, November 3, 2022


Cecily Wong has the journalistic opportunity of a lifetime. All she has has to do is summit the eighth highest peak in the world, Mount Manaslu in Nepal and she will have the privilege of an exclusive interview with world renowned mountaineer Charles McVeigh. Cecily may have reached a little too high on this one. Recently dumped by her boyfriend James, a fellow journalist and climber raging with jealousy that she got this scoop. Cecily doesn’t have much climbing experience and has never attempted anything close to this magnitude but Charles conveys a sense of confidence that is contagious. He has carefully picked his small team of trusted sherpa guides and variety of climbers who all have more experience than she does. But Cecily wants this interview that can change the course of her entire career. Excited and nervous upon arrival she befriends another climber whose life is lost to a freak accident before they even leave base camp. As the journalist in Cecily starts asking questions the mild reaction from the others seems suspicious in itself. Yes, climbers are surrounded by accidents and death on a regular basis but when a second climber dies Cecily is determined to get to the bottom (or rather top) of this mysterious mountain where a murderer is on the loose. Her mantra begins - summit, get the interview, get the truth. Filled with literal cliff hangers from the very first chapter. This bone chilling thriller was unputdownable.  ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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