Silent Snow

Silent Snow

Book - 1999
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Baker & Taylor
A St. Paul, Minnesota, investigative reporter embarks on a personal quest for justice and revenge when his young son is snatched from his nursery at the height of a blizzard, a crime that may have ties to his own past

Blackwell North Amer
Rick Beanblossom, known as the man without a face - a face he lost to napalm while saving lives in Vietnam - is now married to beautiful television anchor Andrea Labore, queen of Sky High News. They have a baby boy. On Beanblossom's desk tonight lies a strange piece of anonymous mail, a memento of another March first - the date, in 1932, of the famous Lindbergh kidnapping.
But this night, at the height of a savage snowstorm, Rick's own beloved child will be snatched from his nursery, with his mother only a room away. All Beanblossom's newspaperman's instincts tell him the secret of his son's disappearance lies in the past - and so he begins a war on two fronts, searching for a clue - any clue that could bring his son back alive. Racing through snow against time, Rick tracks every lead in the present while he delves into the tortured Lindbergh history for a connection to the past ... and to his surprise that connection turns out to be Grover Mudd, another hard-boiled reporter, who was murdered some sixty years ago....

Baker
& Taylor

In the sequel to the best-selling Weatherman, a St. Paul, Minnesota, investigative reporter embarks on a personal quest for justice and revenge when his young son is snatched from his nursery at the height of a blizzard, a crime that may have ties to his own past. Tour.

Publisher: New York : Viking, 1999.
ISBN: 9780670865727
0670865729
Branch Call Number: M THA
Characteristics: 340 p. ; 24 cm.

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