Ford, G.M. – 3rd in series

Rogue reporter Frank Corso, caught in a blizzard with photojournalist Meg Dougherty, end up in an abandoned Wisconsin house after a traffic accident. As he scavengers firewood, Frank uncovers bodies of a family of four, but it seems one person survived. Frank and Meg follow the trail to the East Coast and back following a history of violence.

Ford really knows how to tell a story, including the history of an area in New Jersey which, in spite of having grown up there, was unknown to me. Meg is fast becoming one of my favorite “sidekicks,” although you’d never say that to her face (were she real). This was a definite “don’t interrupt me, I’m reading” book with a very haunting ending.

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