Cold-Blooded Murder: The Best Crime Thrillers Set In The Snow

Thrillers set against a snowy backdrop have been an aesthetic choice for years. The calm but deadly environment is often used as an obstacle for characters to overcome or perish in, adding to the rising human threat around them. When used well, a wintery setting can be incredibly effective at bringing the chills.

To celebrate the release of Cold Pursuit on 24th June, we take a look at some of the best crime thrillers set against the snow.

Fargo (1996)

The Coen Brothers’ classic sees the inept Jerry (William H. Macy) embark on a kidnapping scheme in order to escape his financial problems. As the plan falls apart and what was supposed to be a victimless crime turns bloody, a tenacious local sheriff (Frances McDormand) sets her sights on solving the ever-increasing number of murders.

Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

In the star-studded Agatha Christie thriller, the greatest detective in the world,
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