Book Reviews of The Weatherman

The Weatherman
The Weatherman
Author: Steve Thayer
ISBN-13: 9780451184382
ISBN-10: 0451184386
Publication Date: 3/1/1996
Pages: 416
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 91 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
I loved this book about the people in a newsroom, from anchors to management. This author does a wonderful job weaving their personal and professional lives together, with a serial killer in the midst of them. Very suspenseful and well-done. I've already ordered the next book in this series.
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Helpful Score: 3
Riveting!! The last 30 pages are a tough read, especially if you're anti-death penalty (as I am).
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Helpful Score: 3
serial killer novel as it should be written- without cliche, dark and morbid.
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Helpful Score: 1
A very interesting did he or didn't he kind of murder mystery. There aren't a lot of suspects, its just an issue of whether or not the supposed killer really did it. The protagonist is very unusual as well. Very unique and suspenseful. Would make a good movie.
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Thayer is a great author. He writes grabbers. I'm going to read more of his stuff.
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Involved story centering around a news station. Held my attention. I finished this book in 24 hours!!
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Felt this could've been better, seems to be just too much descriptions and the behind scenes of a newsroom wasn't very interesting to me and it was just seemed to be slow, so I gave up
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ANdrea Labore is a beautiful, ambitious Twin Cities TV newscaster, hungering for an anchor chair, and with two men hungering for her. One is Rick Beanblossem, a star reporter who hides his disfigured face behind a cotton mask and his scarred soul behind a cynical shield. The other is the channel's uncanny weatherman, Dixon Bell, a gentle bearlike genius whose claws are as concealed as his past.
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Barbara B. - Just when you think you know who the killer is ... you find out it isn't. A great suspensful read.
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no mystery to this murder mystery
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A highly readable thriller---keeps you guessing---enjoyable
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"Andrea Labore is a beautiful, ambitious Twin Cities TV newscaster, hungering for an anchor chair, and with two men hungering for her. One is Rick Beanblosssom, a star reporter who hides his disfigured face behind a cotton mask and his scarred soul behind a cynical shield. The other is the channel's uncanny weatherman, Dixon Bell, a gentle bearlike genius whose claws are as concealed as his past.

WHen ANdrea goes after the story of a serial killer of pretty young women, it becomes clear that the monstrous murderer is after her. Trusting the wrong man with her love can cost her her life. And as the clouds of suspicion darken, the only sure forecast is that death will strike like lightneing again and again... closer and closer..."
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First time I've read this author - it's pretty good ... I'm now going to look for another by him. The book has good characters with a strong storyline. A bit gruesome in parts, but overall pretty good.
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A great whodonit combining newscasters and meteorologists.
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Awesome mystery, with FANTASTIC tornado scene! Takes place in Minnesota.
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Very Good... I won't forget this one anytime soon!
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Andrea is a beautiful, ambitious Twin Cities Tv newscaster, hungering for an anchor chai, and with two men hungering for her. One is Rick, a star reporter who hides his disfigured face behind a cotton mask and his scarred soul behind a cynical shield. The other is the channels uncanny weatherman. Dixon a gently bearlike genuis whose claws are as concealed as his past. When Andrea goes after the story of a serial killer of pretty young women, it becomes clear that the monstrous murderer is after her. Trusting the wrong man with her love can cost her life.
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Wonderful fast read.....serial killer thriller!
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Andrea Lobore is a beautiful and ambitious Twin Cities TV news caster hoping for an ankor chair, and with two men hungering for her.
When Andrea after the story of a serial killer of pretty young women, it becomes clear that the murderer. Trusting the wrong man with her life can cost her life.
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This is a very good read.
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This book had lots of twists and turns and kept me guessing until the end.
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Excellent Read!

Beware: The process of execution by electric chair is described - so don't read if you are faint of heart.
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Large paperback...advanced reading copy.....
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I loved it!