Snowdrops is one of those books I ended up thinking about for days after I finished reading it. Which isn't a bad thing in a book. It definitely captured my curiosity and held my interest. It's nice to read a book where you can't predict how it will end, but at the same time has an ending that isn't a complete surprise when you finally reach the last page. And if you read it, it'll give you a whole new definition for the term snowdrops. (And make you think twice about ever going to Moscow!) So if you like a mystery with a compelling setting, good pacing and tension, and a psychological edge--and you don't mind characters with some very questionable morals--I recommend this one. It's a book you won't soon forget.