The story begins with a mysterious phone call in the middle of the night. “I'm dying,” the voice begins, and at that moment Dusty is drawn into a supernatural mystery that will change her life forever. A strange boy has come to the small town of Beckdale. There are many stories about this boy, but everyone who has seen him or met him agrees that something isn't quite right about him. They say that he has skin, hair and eyes as white as snow. They say that he can read minds, that he knows things that there is no possible way for him to know. But they also say he possess a strange and sometimes deadly force that has killed in the past, and some are convinced that he is the culprit responsible for a series of strange rapings across the country.
Soon Dusty is pulled in two directions. She is attracted toward the boy and the mystery surrounding him, but there are others who want him dead and are hunting him down. With the whole town against her and a deadly group of vigilantes hunting her and the boy down she must choose which side she stands on.
“Frozen Fire” is without a doubt the most thrilling story I've ever read. Throughout the book there is a tense feeling of mystery and the unknown. Tim Bowler's descriptions and dialog are impressively solid, and the brief sentences that he uses have an alluring and rhythmic effect that adds to the story's psychological suspense. As events come to a head, the amazing climax of the story left me literally in awe. I have read thousands of books, and I must say that “Frozen Fire” is among the very best. This is one book that you must read.