A Novel Of The Lindbergh KidnappingBook - 1991
Winner of the Shamus Award for Best Novel A $50,000 ransom. No police involvement, or else.These were the demands. And this was the crime A man walks into the Lindbergh family home and snatches up twenty-month-old baby Charles, Jr. and disappears. So begins the kidnapping that shakes the nationTwo months of torment shared with reporters and police, socialites and psychics, crooks and cranks Enter detective Nathan Heller, hand-picked by Colonel Lindbergh himself to work on the case. His search for truth takes him from a train station in Chicago to death row in the New Jersey state prison, and finally to a secluded farmhouse in Michigan. It's a twisted trail of deception, betrayal, and danger that ends in the most explosive act of violence Heller has ever seen
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Bantam Books, c1991.
Characteristics: 516 p. ;,24 cm.