A Bomber But Not Your Usual Suspect
by Janet Maslin for NY Times Books
“The postmaster in the Montana town where Maryanne Vollers lives once handed her an envelope with his fingertips, as if he were loath to touch it. That was because he had read the return address. Ms. Vollers’s mail came from Eric Rudolph, the man who bombed the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and later disappeared into the wilds of North Carolina.”
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