Killer Mountain by Peter Pinkham

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Six envelopes are delivered simultaneously, one to each New England governor. The letter enclosed reads: in four days at noon, six billion dollars must be placed in a Swiss bank account or thousands of New Englanders will die. In New Hampshire, Hudson and Cilla Rogers, unaware of the letters, have their new marriage interrupted by a connected kidnapping attempt on Cilla and demolition of their Bartlett home, attacks that send Hudson in pursuit. The trail leads through Seattle’s Mt. Rainier to the deserts of Arizona. To trouble. Cilla, suddenly realizing she may be the only one who can counter the horrifying New England threat, decides she must climb into the brutal winter winds and cold at the top of Mt. Washington. Can this strange ascent end the danger? And can it save her husband who may now be dying in the Southwestern desert.

About Peter Pinkham

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Peter Pinkham is a graduate of Andover, Brown, and Harvard Business School. He has written children's books and plays, musical comedies, newspaper columns, short stories, and a novel, The Hidden Mountain (MFDC Press, 1998). He is currently working on a third novel, Overkill, and a book of short stories.
Published November 1, 2010 by MFDC Press. 299 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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