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Spider Mountain (Cam Richter, #2) by P.T. DeutermannA huge dog came out of the woods from our right and lunged at my face. I ducked the snapping jaws by throwing myself backward hard enough to crack my head on the ground. The dog went over my head, landing in a heap, but then whirled around . . .
Summoned by a friend, ex-cop Cam Richter agrees to do a favor: investigate the assault of a young woman in a remote area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Cam knows the misty hills and shadowed hollers of the park, and his outdoor skills might break a case that local cops cant---or maybe dont want to---solve.
Cam has no idea how dangerous his search will become, because in this part of Appalachia, matriarch Grinny Creigh and her extended family destroy those who intrude into their web. The Creighs control the crystal meth trade and own just about everything and everyone in their neck of the woods. But they also operate a much worse enterprise, a dark secret that terrifies any children unfortunate enough to come within their grasp.
Blocked by a menacing sheriff with ties to the family, Cam is shut down and sent away, no wiser about why the young woman was attacked and what she saw. He returns, stealthily stalking the Creighs and their secrets, moving ever closer to Grinnys mountain house and what it might conceal . . . not knowing that his presence on her web has been detected, and that the Creighs are hunting him with creatures bred for that purpose and starved into relentless fury.
Spider Mountain features nonstop action, frightening night pursuits through deep wilderness, and a shocking finale---a masterful novel of suspense by the author of The Cat Dancers.
Car Talk - Episode #0927 featuring me
Car Talk ended production of brand-new episodes in with the retirement of iconic hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the chatty, cackling car-mechanic brothers who started the show at WBUR in Boston in Even as it continues to reach large audiences, however, some stations and listeners have suggested that Car Talk should head for the junkyard. In a commentary for Current , This American Life host and executive producer Ira Glass urged stations to stop carrying the repeats, at least on Saturday mornings.
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Its subjects were automobiles and automotive repair, discussed often in a humorous way, it was hosted by brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi , known also as "Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers"., Their show was honored with a Peabody Award in Tom died on November 3, aged 77 in Belmont, Massachusetts  due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.
Its subjects were automobiles and automotive repair, discussed often in a humorous way. The show won a Peabody Award in The show was produced from to October , when the Magliozzi brothers retired. Edited reruns which are introduced as The Best of Car Talk continued to be available for weekly airing on NPR's national schedule   up through September 30, , though some NPR affiliates have continued to broadcast reruns. Past episodes are otherwise available in a podcast format.