A Winter Grave is by Peter May, a writer of very thoughtful crime fiction. This is a work of cli-fi, really, set in the near future (2051), in a world where we didn’t stop global warming in time. The action takes place in May’s native Scotland, both in Glasgow and a remote Highland village during an ice storm. Occasionally it’s a little didactic, but it’s easy to forgive, given the subject matter. It’s very evocatively done, and the melancholy mood of the book stays with you.