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Silent snow [electronic resource] / Steve Thayer.

Author Thayer, Steve.

Imprint[Beverly Hills, Calif.] : Phoenix Books, [2007]

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Abstract:In the midst of a savage Minnesota blizzard, investigative reporter Rick Beanblossom, hero of The New York times bestseller, The weatherman, receives an anonymous note much like the one the Lindbergh family received when their infant son was kidnapped. As he searches for his own son, Beanblossom must not only relive the horrors of his Vietnam tour, napalm destroyed his face, but also research the tragic circumstances of the Lindbergh kidnapping. Fighting the perilous weather and racing against time, Beanblossom desperately searches for clues in history's most infamous kidnapping that may solve his own painful loss. Like Caleb Carr's The alienist, Silent snow is a brilliant blend of history and fiction.

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