Book Notes: Ruth Ware’s One by One

If you are looking for a great beach read – or a book to distract you from this terrible heat – Ruth Ware’s most recent novel is perfect. It’s set at a remote ski resort. In the midst of a snow storm. And a terrible snow avalanche. Where everything is buried under a blanket of snow. And it’s really really cold.

The plot is equally delicious. A group of people who founded a fussy tech startup get together at a remote resort and start killing each other. They are all just as ridiculous and obnoxious as you imagine rich techies to be. They bicker and act so pretentiously that it’s really fun when they start getting bumped off.

I’ve read all Ruth Wares, and this is the best one yet. Breezed through it in a few hours, it was so much fun.

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