A Brother's Blood

A Brother's Blood

A Novel

Book - 1997
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In the final days of World War II, Dieter Kallick, one of 200 German prisoners of war pressed into service at a Maine logging village, escaped into the woods. His body would later be found washed up on the shore of Moosehead Lake.

Decades later, Wolfgang Kallick arrives in this same rural town, hoping to unravel the mystery of his brother's death. His questions trigger disturbing, long-dormant memories in Libby, a flinty Yankee store owner, and she is drawn inexorably into the drama when she realizes that her own family is involved in the case. Then Libby's own brother is killed. Suspecting that the two deaths, though nearly a half-century apart, are somehow linked, she undertakes her own investigation, not realizing that behind the sullen silence of her close-knit town lies a festering secret darker than she ever imagined.

Publisher: New York : Cliff Street Books, 1997.
Edition: 1st Cliff Street BooksHarperPerennial ed.
ISBN: 9780060928599
006092859X
Branch Call Number: FIC WHITE
Characteristics: 323 p. ; 21 cm.

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