Free eBook The Weatherman download

by Steve Thayer

Free eBook The Weatherman download ISBN: 0747214964
Author: Steve Thayer
Publisher: Headline Book Publishing; First edition (1995)
Language: English
Pages: 352
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
Size MP3: 1517 mb
Size FLAC: 1351 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Steve Thayer is an author whose work has been on The New York Times Best Seller list. His birth date is March 23, 1952. Thayer graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1976.

Steve Thayer is an author whose work has been on The New York Times Best Seller list. His books are classified as suspense genre. The topics of his work include criminal investigations, conspiracies, murder, and kidnapping. Thayer"s writing as been described as "gritty" and "fast-paced.

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Steve Thayer (b. March 23, 1953 in Saint Paul, Minnesota) is an author whose work has been on The New York Times Best Seller list. Thayer was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and currently resides in Edina, Minnesota.

Steve Thayer Best Books The Weatherman In the Weatherman, a serial killer is out in Minnesota, snapping the necks of young women. After the first murder had been committed, Dixon Bell, a TV Weatherman, informs his viewers that a tornado was about to strike. There were no formal reports of the tornado that Dixon Bell had reported about. Furthermore, the National Weather Service had not yet released a formal briefing on the tornado. According to Weatherman Dixon Bell, he had seen in his mind that a huge tornado was going to shake the entire Minnesota to its core.

I liked them both, and knowing some of the characters in the second book, helped as far as their lives before and the interesting information behind the scenes of big-time news programs.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Rick Beanblossom is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and the hero of THE WEATHERMAN. He is back in SILENT SNOW. Rick has it all now. A fabulous career. all of that is about to change. At the height of a savage blizzard.

Andrea Labore is a beautiful, ambitious TV newscaster. She s hungry for a story that could make her career. At the same time, at the same station, two men are hungering for her. One is Rick Beanblossom, a star reporter who hides his disfigured face behind a cotton mask. The other is the station s uncanny weatherman, Dixon Bell, who appears a gentle genius. When Andrea goes after the story of a serial killer, it becomes clear that this seasonal murderer is after her. He s called The Weatherman. And this monster is going to make Andrea a star even it kills her.
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I've just finished reading this book for the third time, and generally by the time you read something that often the impact of it on you lessens. With the really good books, however, it doesn't, and it doesn't happen with The Weatherman. It's not a comfortable read and if it bothers you to read about state executions then this might not be the book for you, but it simply is a book that's very hard to put down. I finished it this time at 2:30 AM and when you have to work in the morning this is not exactly smart, but that's the kind of hold this book can create when you get deeply into the later chapters.

Reading the other reviews there is a lot of variation on what people like and dislike about this novel. Some like the plot, others think it's weak, some like the characters and some don't. It seems to pull people different ways more than most other books and that in itself is interesting. No matter what way you look at it, it's excellent writing and that is another reason to take a look at it.

Someone else mentioned The Green Mile. To me it brought up the memory of Dreiser's An American Tragedy. There are definitely some powerful and emotional scenes here.

If you want light and cozy, don't touch this one with a ten foot pole. If you want something that makes you think long after the book is closed, then this might be something you want on your bookshelf. This one is on my own keeper shelf and in another three or four years I'll probably lose another night's sleep over it. :)
When a serial killer is killing a woman in each season and just at the height of some weather event suspicion falls on the Weatherman at a local TV station. A weatherman with an uncanny knack for seeing whats coming before the National Weather Service. When a partial fingerprint at one scene is connected to him he's arrested and tried. Minnesota's recent reversal of its ban on capital punishment has him heading to death row. Rick Beanblossom believes he's innocent but can he find proof of his innocence.
A hard to put down read.
It kept me guessing right up to the end. I enjoyed the characters, flaws and all. The story moved along at a nice pace.
This is simply the best book written by Steve Thayer. Each time you re-read it you find more that you missed from reading it before. He holds your attention very well and keeps you guessing at the outcome.
something different and wonderful well written Thayer doesn't use the same character over and over again he stands out as a writer.
Excellent book! The description of the storm is so real, you feel like you're in it. There is mystery and suspense..different stories all in one book! I recommend highly!
Wasnt going to read it, BUT so glad I did! What a great book and surprise ending, keeps you guessing.