The Trickster

The Trickster

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Baker & Taylor
While strange murders spread throughout a remote ski resort town high in the Canadian Rockies, Sam Hunt, a Native American, begins suffering blackouts, waking up miles away from home with no memory of his actions

Blackwell North Amer
In a remote ski resort town high in the Canadian Rockies, something is going terribly wrong. A young police officer is found murdered and strangely mutilated. A truck driver is found frozen solid in his truck, doors and windows closed, with snowdrifts inside the cab. A hotshot skier is found dead and bloody in deep snow, with no human footprints anywhere near the body. Fear begins to spread that a bizarre and ingenious serial killer is on the loose. But for Sam Hunt, who turned his back on his Indian roots to live in white society, the fear is especially strong: He's been having blackouts, waking up miles away from where he started, with blood on his face and absolutely no recollection of what he's done.

Baker
& Taylor

While strange murders spread throughout a remote ski resort town high in the Canadian Rockies, Sam Hunt, a Native American, begins suffering black-outs, waking up miles away from home with no memory of his actions. A first novel. 40,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, [1995]
Edition: First edition in the U.S.A
Copyright Date: ©1995
ISBN: 9780385477864
0385477864
Branch Call Number: FIC Gr 1995
Characteristics: 488 pages ; 25 cm

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WVMLStaffPicks Dec 09, 2014

Looking for a book to keep you awake at night? This novel, which takes place in either B.C. or Alberta (use your imagination), is a real gripper--some of it almost believable, some of it very believable! A great winter read.

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