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Silent Snow by Steve Thayer

Silent Snow

by Steve Thayer

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I liked Weatherman so picked this up and was a bit disappointed. This is story of a Lindbergh baby kidnapping-90's style. I like the lead character, the unusual hero Rick Beanblossom, who has to wear a mask to cover his disfigured face. Using his reporter instincts and his military brawn, he does his best to find his and his ex-police wife's baby who is kidnapped during a Minnesotan blizzard. The plot was a bit convoluted and confusing. I enjoyed the reading the action of a chapter at a time, but had to work to hard to put it all together. Good character description on the villain(s). I truly hated him/her/them. ( )
  coachsully | Aug 3, 2011 |
This is one of the worst books I've listened to. Is it a satire???
The writing is terrible -if not worse. ( )
  MJC1946 | Jan 26, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0451186648, Mass Market Paperback)

Rick Beanblossom is the Twin Cities' top investigative reporter. He has a devoted wife. A brand-new son. He is contented. But on the March 1st anniversary of the 1932 Lindbergh kidnapping, all that will change -- when history repeats....

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In St. Paul, a boy vanishes in a copycat Lindbergh kidnaping, the abductor going as far as to mail the parents a $20 bill from the Lindbergh ransom. To find his son the boy's father, reporter Rick Beanblossom, turns for clues to old news coverage of the Lindbergh kidnaping.… (more)

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