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Biting the Moon

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon (USA 2013)

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The girl's hair was white below the scarf, now a scarf of snow, and there was a fine rime of ice on her eyebrows. Her mouth was so numb she couldn't have spoken even if there had been someone to speak to. She wore the snowshoes she had found back in the cabin and had brought the supplies, painkiller and bandages, whatever she might need to dress a wound. She wondered if trappers wore snowshoes. Probably not. Anyway, a trapper wouldn't put himself through the unpleasantness of coming out in a heavy snow like this to check his traps. In New Mexico, the law was you had to check the traps every thirty-six hours, but who paid any attention? An animal trapped stayed trapped.

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon. Scribner eBooks, ISBN: 9781476733029 (August, 2013), 2140 KB (ca. 320 p.), $11.99.

 

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Biting the Moon

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon (UK 2000)

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She didn't know who she was or where she was from, she only knows that she is in a Santa Fe bed and breakfast alone. She is told by the owner that her father carried her in and she was asleep. She immediately knows the man is not her father, so she takes his money and gun and heads for safety.

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon. Headline, ISBN: 0747268061 (April, 2000), 436 p., £5.99.

 

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Biting the Moon

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon (USA 2000)

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She didn't know who she was -- or where she came from. But one morning she awoke in a strange bed-and-breakfast with a message that her "Daddy" would soon return from Santa Fe. Fearing the worst, this nameless young woman disappeared into the wilderness. She christened herself Andi Oliver, from the initials on her backpack, and lived in the mountains -- utterly alone. Until she met Mary Dark Hope, a girl who shared her loneliness and confusion. Together, they vowed to track down the one person who held the key to Andi's identity: the stranger who abducted her...

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon. Onyx Books, ISBN: 9780451409133 (March, 2000), 301 p., $7.99.

 

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Biting the Moon

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon (UK 1999)

From the Publisher:
She didn't know who she was or where she was from, she only knows that she is in a Santa Fe bed and breakfast alone. She is told by the owner that her father carried her in and she was asleep. She immediately knows the man is not her father, so she takes his money and gun and heads for safety.

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon. Headline, ISBN: 0747274762 (July, 1999), 276 p., £16.99.

 

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Biting the Moon

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon (USA 1999)

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She does not know who she is, where she's from, how she got here. She wakes one morning in a bed-and-breakfast alone. She is told by the owner she came in "dead asleep" with her father.

But she knows the man is not her father. She takes her backpack, bedroll, and the wad of money she finds in his jacket and heads for the mountains, seeing in their bleak and towering landscape some kind of safety.

Months later, she walks down from the mountains and into the life of fourteen-year-old Mary Dark Hope. Bound by their lack of family, their murky pasts, their affinity for animals, they set out to find the man who abducted her. Whitewater rafting, canned hunts, molestation, and murder - all move toward an inevitable and harrowing confrontation.

Martha Grimes: Biting the Moon. Henry Holt, ISBN: 9780805056211 (April, 1999), 301 p., $25.00.

 

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