14 Degrees Below Zero by Quinton Skinner
A Novel of Psychological Suspense

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Fourteen degrees below zero–cold enough to freeze the soul

Lewis Ingraham is cold. He’s lost his wife to cancer, his executive career, his once sure grip on the world around him. All that he can hold on to is his beautiful daughter Jay, a brilliant student who has become a struggling single mother. But he sees that even Jay is starting to slip away from him, in favor of Stephen, her self-important boyfriend. This time Lewis is going to fight back.

But when Lewis takes out his fury on Stephen, he ignites a chain reaction of violence. Now winter is bearing down on Minnesota. Desire, guilt, and rage are swirling in the snow. And a heinous crime is about to lead three people down a steep and unforgiving slope–into a realm of cold, hard truth.

Set in a chillingly barren milieu and invoking comparisons to Donald Westlake’s bestselling classic The Ax, 14 Degrees Below Zero is a stunning, provocative, and utterly unforgettable experience in psychological suspense and American noir–fashioned from the heat of ordinary lives.

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About Quinton Skinner

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Quinton Skinner is the author of "Do I Look Like a Daddy To You?", a hip guide for new fathers. He also co-wrote "VH1 Behind the Music: The Day the Music Died", along with Scott Shinder.
Published June 28, 2005 by Villard. 304 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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Psychological thriller from Skinner, a big step up from his decent debut, Amnesia Nights (2004).

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