Snow missed the mark for me, as far as a suspense thriller goes. There is not a single likable character because even the supposed good guys spend most of the book behaving badly. The book is all action, with very little plot. The author chose to provide a paltry amount of background information for the characters, instead of throwing in tidbits of their issues to justify the mess they have made of their lives. The fact that the criminals had such an easy time retracing the steps of the main characters did not ring true for me.
Snow ended as it began, with an expected plot twist that left nothing to the readers imagination. For the reasons listed above, this is not a book that I would recommend to other readers.