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Author: Larry D Sweazy
Publisher: Amherst, NY : Seventh Street Books, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Dickinson, North Dakota, 1965. It's a harsh winter and freelance indexer Marjorie Trumaine struggles to complete a lengthy index while still mourning the recent loss of her husband, Hank. The bleakness of the weather seems to compound her grief and then she gets more bad news: a neighbor's fourteen-year-old disabled daughter, Tina Rinkerman, has disappeared. Feeling she needs to do something to help the Rinkerman
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery fiction
Fiction
Novels
Mystery fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sweazy, Larry D.
See also proof.
Amherst, NY : Seventh Street Books, 2018
(DLC) 2017058489
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Larry D Sweazy
ISBN: 9781633882799 1633882799
OCLC Number: 1015264349
Description: 251 pages ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Larry D. Sweazy.

Abstract:

"Dickinson, North Dakota, 1965. It's a harsh winter and freelance indexer Marjorie Trumaine struggles to complete a lengthy index while still mourning the recent loss of her husband, Hank. The bleakness of the weather seems to compound her grief and then she gets more bad news: a neighbor's fourteen-year-old disabled daughter, Tina Rinkerman, has disappeared. Feeling she needs to do something to help the Rinkerman family, Marjorie joins Sheriff Guy Reinhardt in the search for the missing girl. Their investigation quickly leads to a shocking discovery and further complications. Entering the Red Owl grocery store, she and Reinhardt stumble upon the body of manager Nils Jacobsen with a bullet in his head. Despite a looming deadline for the book index, Marjorie is more and more distracted by the disturbing events surrounding the hunt for Tina Rinkerman. Instead of focusing on her work, she follows leads that take her all the way to the state mental hospital in Grafton, some five hours away. Until recently, Tina had been a resident there. The information she uncovers raises more questions, but it ties together the murder of Nils Jacobsen and the girl's disappearance. On a treacherous drive home to Dickinson, she becomes aware that someone doesn't want her to return. She fears the person who murdered Nils will not hesitate to silence her, now that she knows an age-old secret"--

"Marjorie Trumaine, a freelance indexer from rural North Dakota in the 1960s, risks her life to help local law enforcement track down a missing, disabled girl"--

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