Cold

Cold

Book - 2001
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Random House, Inc.
In the frozen reaches of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, fierce winter storms can hit without notice. In the white translucence of one such blizzard, Norman Haas simply walks away from his prison work detail without detection.

After agonizing days of blistering cold, Norman finds himself at the farmhouse of a lonely middle-aged woman who gives him temporary shelter while keeping him at a comfortable distance with her late husband’s shotgun. When she tries to turn him in, he escapes again. Thus begins a riveting story of Norman’s journey back to his past, back to the woman he loved—and still loves—who betrayed him, back to the brother who helped put him away, and back to a dangerous web of family allegiances, deceptions, and intrigue.

On Norman’s trail is Del Maki, the hardworking sheriff of Yellow Dog Township, a fork in the road on the way to Canada. Cold takes us deep into an intricate, fascinating tale, where love, greed, and the promise of a last chance compel six people toward a chilling and inevitable reckoning.

Baker & Taylor
Escaping to the farmhouse of a middle-aged woman who lost her family in a tragic accident, Norman Haas, a member of a prison work detail, leaves her for dead when she tries to turn him in, and embarks on a journey to his past, to the people who betrayed him.

Blackwell North Amer
In the frozen reaches of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, fierce winter storms can hit without notice. In the white translucence of one such blizzard, Norman Haas simply walks away from his prison work detail without detection.
After agonizing days of blistering cold, Norman finds himself at the farmhouse of a lonely middle-aged woman who gives him temporary shelter while keeping him at a comfortable distance with her late husband's shotgun. When she tries to turn him in, he escapes again. Thus begins a riveting story of Norman's journey back to his past, back to the woman he loved - and still loves - who betrayed him, back to the brother who helped put him away, and back to a dangerous web of family allegiances, deceptions, and intrigue.
On Norman's trail is Del Maki, the hardworking sheriff of Yellow Dog Township, a fork in the road on the way to Canada.

Baker
& Taylor

Stranded by a blizzard at the farmhouse of a middle-aged woman who has lost her family in a tragic accident, Norman Hass, a member of a prison work detail, leaves her for dead when she tries to turn him in and embarks on a journey back into his past to the people who had betrayed him and into a web of family intrigue and deception. 25,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Shaye Areheart Books, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780609607947
0609607944
Branch Call Number: F SMO
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 24 cm

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