Peter Fontaine has come to spend a few
days in the icy, cold mountains with his artist boyfriend,
Nick Olsen for the Freezing Man competition where
competitors build ice and snow sculptures and sleep in
snow-made homes. The only thing colder than the temperature
is the stiff, frozen body Peter discovers buried in the
snow. Peter planned to break the news to Nick while they
were there that he might be taking a job in Austin, Texas.
Now, as Peter tries to convince Nick to go with him, he is
investigating the crime, much to Nickís dismay.
Peter and Nick find themselves in
another precarious situation in Baby, Itís Cold
Outside. Theyíre out in the cold, with few places
to hide, building snowmen and ice sculpture homes with a few
familiar faces and some strangers too, when someone is
killed. Peter has another caper to solve in Baby, Itís
Cold Outside. Actually, two mysteries. Who killed
their fellow camper and which direction Peterís future is
going? Should he turn the job down, or will Nick choose to
go with him? There is another much more depressing, but
possible third choice as well: he and Nick break up. With a
little angst and lot of suspense, Baby, Itís cold
Outside is the perfect sequel to Primal Red.
I love reading about Nick and Peterís adventures in life and
love, and look forward to more!