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Chill Factor by Sandra Brown
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Jan 12, 12

Read from January 04 to 11, 2012

Being from MN (except for this winter), I can relate to cold and snow.
This book was set in a climate that was cold and desperate, as was the protagonist in the book.
This book has tow stories. One where young girls in the small Midwestern town are disappearing and another of a woman grief over her child whose life was taken by cancer.
Both stories are searching. The story of the young girls is a search for a killer and an end to the killing, the young mother is a search for peace and a chance for personal forgiveness and smiling without guilt or remorse.
The story of the young girls follows start in the HS, which the loud and over bearing coach and his son who he has pumped up on steroids. The son rebels against the father is everyway possible after his father beds his girl friend, gets her pregnant and seems to be the prime suspect The son then seeks his own pleasure in the arms of an older woman, a teacher.
The young mother is lost in a storm in a cabin with little food, water or heat with Tierney, then man she feels is the killer called "Blue".
Each story twists around the other, with the young mother (Lily)'s ex-husband as the cop trying to find the killer and his ex-wife The end isn't all that surprising, but the story leading up to it is a page turner.
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