The Spring

The Spring

Book - 1996
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Baker & Taylor
When his in-laws are charged with the murders of their close friends, a married couple in their late sixties, Dennis Conway, a former New York criminal attorney takes the case, only to discover that the entire town of Springhill, Colorado, is banding together to keep him from uncovering the truth

Blackwell North Amer
Two bodies, apparently victims of homicide, are accidentally discovered in the snow high above the remote, nineteenth-century mining town of Springhill. The victims appear to have been a married couple in their late sixties, in perfect health.
Dennis Conway is a divorced New York criminal lawyer with two children. He has moved to Aspen and married Sophie Henderson, a schoolteacher and the mayor of Springhill. His in-laws have been charged with the murders, and he cannot reconcile what he knows about them with the idea that they may have tracked the couple down, then ambushed two people who had been close friends. Yet all the evidence points in that direction. Dennis, who acts as his mother-in-law's lawyer, finds that his efforts to prove her innocence are met with silence, hostility, and then violence, and that even his beloved Sophie is unwilling to answer his questions, as the residents of Springhill draw together to protect their extraordinary secret...

Baker
& Taylor

When his in-laws are charged with the murders of their close friends, a married couple in their late sixties, Dennis Conway, a former New York criminal attorney takes the case, only to discover that the entire town of Springhill, Colorado, is banding together to keep him from uncovering the truth. 50,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, c1996
ISBN: 9780684810768
068481076X
Characteristics: 287 p. ; 24 cm

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