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by Mary Logue
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"Too often, guys in pickup trucks drive on the ice of Lake Pepin before it's thick enough to hold their vehicles. A little drinking is usually one of the underlying causes of this stupid move. But Buck Owens was tied to the driver's seat, and that makes it murder. Claire Watkins knows that Buck had been seeing Stephanie Klaus, and she knows Stephanie had been beaten. Does that mean Stephanie had something to do with his death? It wouldn't be the first time a battered woman had struck back with deadly force." "Claire hadn't been having a good time, generally, and now things were beginning to look as threatening as the winter clouds. Stephanie is found beaten again, making it all too clear that Buck wasn't responsible for the abuse; did that mean that whoever was is the murderer? Would Claire be able to get Stephanie to trust her and tell her what she needed to know before there was another corpse?" "Then a bad storm blows in on the winter solstice bringing four feet of snow, howling winds, no power, closed roads, and a message that explains everything to Claire - except how to get to the killer and stop him."--BOOK JACKET.
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