Dakota by Martha Grimes
A Novel

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There is ?suspense on every page?(Cleveland Plain Dealer) in this follow-up to Biting the Moon? now available in paperback.

In Martha Grimes?s acclaimed novel Biting the Moon, amnesiac drifter Andi Oliver sought the one man who held the key to her past. Now, Andi continues from one small town to the next, surviving the dangerous expanse of the Western plains, until she finds her mission?and menace?in Dakota. Taking a job at Klavan?s pig farming facility, Andi learns the gruesome truth of modern livestock management. As she begins to uncover the even darker secrets about Klavan?s sister facility, Big Sun, a stranger from her past comes to the surface? demanding information of which Andi has no memory.


About Martha Grimes

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Martha Grimes is the bestselling author of twenty-three novels, including The Old Wine Shades and Dust.
Published February 12, 2008 by Viking Adult. 432 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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After surviving in the wilds of New Mexico and Idaho, Andi is on the road again, hitchhiking through the Dakota plains.

Dec 29 2010 | Read Full Review of Dakota: A Novel

Las Vegas Review Journal

A local widower takes pity on her, allowing her to move into his home after he hires her to exercise his horses.

Feb 09 2009 | Read Full Review of Dakota: A Novel

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