If for some reason the New Zealand link doesn't work, here's the article in another paper. (The original version appeared in the Sun Sentinel.) And here's a bit of the text:
"Most of us thrive on human contact. But for others who have been wounded by the people they love most, isolation in a cold and lonely place may seem like paradise.
"That sense of severing all previous ties and never truly getting close to people permeates Sara J. Henry’s insightful second novel, “A Cold and Lonely Place.” As she did in “Learning to Swim,” Henry explores the complicated nature of relationships while delivering a suspenseful novel full of unpredictable twists." - from Book Reviews, by Oline Cogdill