Book Club Questions for The Girl in The Ice

Thank you to all the readers who have contacted me on Facebook to say they have featured The Girl in the Ice as part of their book groups and book clubs!GIRL IN ICE 1-4I’ve put these questions together, and they have been tried and tested by a couple of book groups who have given them the thumbs up! Feel free to contact me with feedback or pictures of your book group, I would love to hear from you!
Rob Bryndza

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The fabulous ladies from a book club in Wisconsin, USA reading The Girl In The Ice! (Photo kindly sent in by Lena Anderson)

Here are some questions and discussion points to use for discussing The Girl in the Ice for your book club or book group;

1. The Girl in The Ice features many characters. Who did you sympathise with most? Which character do you feel you resemble the most?

2. Who did you think killed Andrea Douglas-Brown? Did you guess who the murderer was before they were revealed?

3. Do you think DCI Erika Foster’s actions during the investigation were justified, or did you think she behaved recklessly?

4. What main ideas and themes does the author explore in the book?

5. Have you read any other books by this author, if so how does this book compare? Does The Girl In The Ice inspire you to read more from this author?

About Robert Bryndza

Robert Bryndza is the author of the international #1 bestseller The Girl in the Ice, which is the first in his Detective Erika Foster series. The Night Stalker, Dark Water and Last Breath are the second, third, and fourth books in the series, and the fifth book, Cold Blood has just been published. Robert's books have sold over 2 million copies and have been translated into 27 languages. In addition to writing crime fiction, Robert has published a bestselling series of romantic comedy novels. He is British and lives in Slovakia. You can find out more about the author at www.robertbryndza.com and on Twitter and Instagram @RobertBryndza Sign up to Robert Bryndza‘s New Release Mailing List here: http://eepurl.com/UITxz (Simply cut-and-paste that address into your browser. Your email will never be shared and you will only be contacted when a new book is out.)
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6 Responses to Book Club Questions for The Girl in The Ice

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just finished Girl in the Ice. Thoroughly enjoyed it, a very good page turner. Tried to imagine what characters would look like and when I saw your photo you were as I imagined Igor! How strange. Love Erika Foster a feisty determined brave policewoman who was like a dog with a bone and would not give up in her investigations into the murders. Fighting against senior officers and the establishment. Well done terrific read.

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  2. Julie Posner says:

    Since I enjoyed reading the Girl in the Ice a lot; I know I will enjoy the Night Stalker! You are abosoutately fasanating crime story writer!

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Once I read 4-5 oages of this book, I was hooked!!! Could not stop reading it. I sit on the edge of my seat the whole time I was reading. A GREAT BOOK!!

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Just finished reading Girl in the ice.After the 1st few pages couldn’t put it down.Fantastic read.Erika worried me a couple of times.Can’t wait for next book.

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  5. ruth says:

    I really enjoyed this book – stayed up til 2am reading – just wanted to know what was going to happen! looking forward to reading the Night Stalker!

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  6. Kathi says:

    I have been looking for a new author. I found Girl in the Ice and was hooked from the beginning. I just finished Night Stalker. Both were great. Please write more Erica Foster novels. I am sad there isn’t another one waiting for me to read. I have recommended you to several friends. You are an amazing writer. I like crime novels but I may have to try some of your others while I wait.

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