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A Cold Case of Killing
A Cold Case of Killing

A Cold Case of Killing

Mitch Mitchell Mystery

FICTION

250 Pages, 6.0 x 9.0

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB

Trade Paper, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $20.00)

Publication Date: June 2016

ISBN 9781682010334

Rights: WOR

North Star Press of St. Cloud (Jun 2016)

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Overview

Marilee Anderson disappeared twenty-five years ago at the age of fifteen, but police are digging up the rose garden behind her parents’ home in search of new evidence on a hot summer day in St. Paul. Marilee was last seen on a Sunday morning, when her father sent her off to a convenience store three blocks from home to buy a loaf of bread. Reporter Warren “Mitch” Mitchell and photographer Alan Jeffrey of the Daily Dispatch are the first newsmen on the scene at the Anderson home, but they learn almost nothing from closed-mouthed police until the diggers turn up a human skeleton. To everyone’s amazement, the bones prove to be those of a young adult male. Police suspect that the mysterious remains are those of Jimmy Bjornquist, a teenager who worked at the convenience store and disappeared the same day as Marilee. But Jimmy turns up living on the West Coast, and he tells Mitch what happened at the store on the day Marilee vanished. Jimmy’s story raises the possibility that Marilee is still alive somewhere. After a man who offers to give them some current information about Marilee turns up dead, Mitch and Al respond to an invitation from an anonymous phone caller and find themselves staring down the barrel of a gun.

Author Biography

Glenn Ickler has had a long career in newspapers as a reporter, feature writer, theater critic, columnist, and editor in Minnesota and Massachusetts. He has been the leader of an editorial page staff nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and he has won numerous awards for his writing. A native of Woodbury, Minnesota, he holds a degree in Speech and English from Hamline University in St. Paul.