Silent Snow

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Signet, Aug 28, 2000 - Fiction - 407 pages
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From the author of "The Weatherman" comes a novel inspired by one of the most shocking crimes of the 20th century. Rick Beanblossom is the Twin Cities' top investigative reporter, a content man with a devoted wife and new son. But on the March 1st anniversary of the 1932 Lindbergh kidnapping, all that will change--when history repeats itself.

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User Review  - coachsully - LibraryThing

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 ... Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Steve Thayer was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, and continues to make his home in the suburb city of Edina.  Wolf Pass is his sixth novel, and continues the story of Wisconsin-local Deputy Pennington, who, now in secluded retirement, narrates his experiences working for the Kickapoo Falls sheriff's department in the 1960s. 


His first book, published in 1994, is titled Saint Mudd.  His second book and a national best seller, The Weatherman was published first in Hardcover in 1995 and then paperback in 1996.  Silent Snow followed to rave reviews as well.


Steve always thoroughly researches his novels.  In once instance, he took a part time job with a local weatherman to learn the ins-and-outs of weather for his upcoming novel.  For Wolf Pass, Steve researched German prisoner-of-war camps located in Wisconsin during WWII. 

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