The Weatherman by Steve Thayer

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Andrea Labore is a beautiful, ambitious TV newscaster. She's hungry for a story that could make her career. At the same time, at the same station, two men are hungering for her. One is Rick Beanblossom, a star reporter who hides his disfigured face behind a cotton mask. The other is the station's uncanny weatherman, Dixon Bell, who appears a gentle genius. When Andrea goes after the story of a serial killer, it becomes clear that the seasonal murderer is after her.

 

About Steve Thayer

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Steve Thayer was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on March 23, 1953. He graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California in 1976. He started writing his first book, Saint Mudd, in 1982. His other works include The Weatherman and Wheat Field.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Headline Book Publishing. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, Horror. Fiction

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The first victim is found strangled in a parking garage opposite the Channel 7 building, home of Sky High News, just before a tornado that sneaks past the National Weather Service radar--but not past the sixth sense of Sky High's obsessive meteorologist, Dixon Graham Bell, who's insisted on a fea...

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Thayer's thriller concerns a weatherman arrested for murder and the fellow TV journalists who seek to clear his name.

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After two more women are killed, one in summer and one in the fall, the cops step up their efforts to identify the fingerprint and find the ``Calendar Killer.'' When unloved weatherman Dixon Graham Bell is arrested for the murders, newswriter Rick Beanblosson, a disfigured Vietnam vet, teams up w...

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