Dead Silver: A Novel by Neil McmahonDead Silver: A Novel by Neil Mcmahon

Dead Silver: A Novel

byNeil Mcmahon

Paperback | August 11, 2009

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After a twenty-year absence Renee Callister is back in Helena, Montana, to bury her estranged father. John Callister was a local pariah believed to have had a hand in his wife's murder when she was protesting the opening of a controversial silver mine. But the discovery of disturbing photographs and one silver earring in her father's home is causing Renee to reexamine her stepmother's death in a shocking new light—and sending her to Hugh Davoren for help.

A California expatriate, Hugh Davoren makes his living under Montana's Big Sky, working as a carpenter with his Blackfoot pal Madbird—and he's always there for a friend. But the truth Renee Callister seeks is buried in dark and dangerous places, and Davoren's going to make some powerful, unforgiving enemies when he digs too deep.

Neil McMahon holds a degree in psychology from Stanford and was a Stegner fellow. He has published ten novels, in addition to the bestselling thriller Toys, coauthored with James Patterson. He lives in Missoula, Montana, where his wife directs the annual Montana Festival of the Book.
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Title:Dead Silver: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.65 inPublished:August 11, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061340774

ISBN - 13:9780061340772

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“Imagine the Lone Ranger and Tonto as a pair of witty, profane, shot-and-beer construction workers. . . It’s a terrific read-worldly-wise, scary, and as fast moving as a runaway truck on a steep mountain grade.”