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The Dog Hermit
David Stout
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The Dog Hermit

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When the man originally assigned to cover the case is killed in an accident, Will Schafer takes over the story of the Thanksgiving Day kidnapping of the five-year-old son of a wealthy cable magnate--and discovers a link between the crime and the death of the reporter.
Paperback, 272 pages
Published February 1st 1995 by Warner Books (NY) (first published 1993)
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May 20, 2015 Pat rated it really liked it
Shelves: mystery
This looked like a simple mystery but it was intense.
A lot like Mary Higgins Clark.
2 major plots involving a kidnapping. Complicated, sad, happy, scary.
I wasn't in the mood for such an intense story, but I enjoyed it.
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David Stout (b. 1942) is an accomplished reporter who has been writing mysteries and true crime since the 1980s. Born in Erie, Pennsylvania, Stout took a job at the New York Times in 1982. He spent nearly twenty-eight years at the newspaper, as a reporter, editor and rewrite man covering national news and sports, and retired in 2009.

Stout began writing his first novel while working at the Times. B
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