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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2007

    Tender Moments in Black Ice

    This novel is classified as a mystery but it's as much about personalities as about solving a murder case. It includes many tender moments. For example, Rose Nation kneels in a snow-bank where an angel is said to have appeared, and her arthritis is apparently cured. She no longer feels 'a shred of pain.' A neighbor of Rose's, pastor's wife Amy McLaren, can't sleep because of worry about her faltering marriage and Christian faith. In the dark she picks up her husband's bathrobe by mistake. She puts it on and smells 'the smell of him, a smell she knew like her own skin.' Private investigator Jake Rikker¿another resident of the little community of Fog Point¿is humbly grateful for any progress he makes in reestablishing a relationship with his estranged daughter. All of these people's lives are touched and changed by the tragic death of a teenaged girl named Tully Shenk. As Jake and his crusty business partner, May, unravel the mystery, the words 'tender moments' take on a new meaning, a meaning as chilling as the novel's icy title.

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