Date: November 29, 2012
Time: 1500 Hours Pacific
Topic: Cold Quiet Country
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The November 29, 2012, episode of American Heroes Radio
features a conversation with United States Army veteran Clayton Lindemuth is
the author of Cold Quiet Country.
According to the book description of Cold Quiet Country,
"On his last day in power, with a blizzard threatening 18 inches of snow,
Sheriff Bittersmith is called to the scene of a crime. A farmer has been
stabbed clean through the neck with a pitchfork. Two sets of tracks lead from
the barn, and the dead man's frantic wife exclaims her daughter is missing.
Convinced it was Gale G'Wain, the orphan who worked at the farm, Bittersmith
follows the vanishing footprints into the storm. Three miles away, Gale G'Wain
is alone and close to dead. He's holed up in an empty farmhouse, half-dressed
and nearly dead after falling through lake ice. Innocent, but unlikely to ever
stand trial in a town as corrupt as Bittersmith, he loads his gun and prepares
to defend himself against the dead man's bloodthirsty sons and the Sheriff's
Set in small town Wyoming in the 70s and unfolding in a
single day, Clayton Lindemuth's debut novel, Cold Quiet Country, explores
small-town corruption and the lengths some people will go to exact revenge.
With a deft hand and sinister eye, Clayton Lindemuth reminds us that the green,
idyllic landscape of Middle America can suddenly become an ominous backdrop for
violence and treachery. Suspenseful, intelligent and bold, COLD QUIET COUNTRY
brings a new edge to the world of modern noir and readers will not be able to
look upon rolling hills, pastoral fields and picturesque barns without a sense
of foreboding anytime soon."
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