Bad Moon (Hardcover)

Author: Ritter, Todd

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"On the same night that Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, nine-year-old Charlie Olmstead jumped on his bike to see if he could get a better look. It was the last anyone ever saw of him. After Perry Hollow Police Chief Jim Campbell found Charlie''s bike caught up above a waterfall, he assumed the worse, and so did everyone else except Charlie''s mother. Years later, Eric Olmstead--and famous author and Charlie''s brother--has come back to bury his mother and fulfill her last request: Find his brother. To do so he goes to the current police chief and his former sweetheart Kat Campell, and it isn''t long before they discover that finding Charlie was his mother''s secret obsession, and while she never found him she uncovered clues suggesting that he wasn''t the only victim. BAD MOON, Todd Ritter''s excellent follow-up to his acclaimed debut, tells the haunting story of a small town that found lies easier to believe than the truth"--


Publisher Minotaur Books
Mfg Part# 9780312622817
SKU 220020543
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0312622813
Release Date 10/11/2011
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Book Format Hardcover
Number of Pages 0358
Publisher Minotaur Books
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