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The Snowman's Children by Glen Hirshberg
In 1977 Detroit, a serial killer dubbed "The Snowman" would abduct children who would be found dead a few days later. 17 years later, Mattie Rhodes returns home to the neighborhood, still haunted by the unsolved murders. He searches out his two closest friends from that year in the quest for some answers to his inner demons. The Snowman's Children is not a thriller where the goal is to identify the killer, but an attempt to understand childhood traumas, loyalties, and friendships and how the actions of the past carry us to the future. The publisher, Avalon, claims that The Snowman's Children "marks the arrival of an important new voice in American literature."