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Hell hath no fury : a John Hawk western / Charles G. West.

West, Charles, (author.).

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  • 11 of 18 copies available at Sitka.
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Fraser Lake Public Library.

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Fraser Lake Public Library AFPB WES WES (Text) 35195000274743 Main Floor - Adult Fiction Paperbacks Volume hold Checked out 02/28/2018
100 Mile House Branch PB WES (Text) 33923005915719 General Fiction Volume hold In process -
Alexis Creek Branch PB WES (Text) 33923005938414 Western Volume hold In process -
Bren Del Win Centennial Library F West (Text) 36320000345843 Adult Fiction Volume hold Available -
Burns Lake Public Library PB WE (Text) 35198000642646 Paperbacks (Western) Volume hold On holds shelf -
Creston Public Library WEST WES (Text) 35140001153769 Western Volume hold Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780786042005 (paperback) :
  • ISBN: 0786042001 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 307 pages ; 18 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Pinnacle Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., 2017.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: "In the first of a trailblazing new series, acclaimed western author Charles G. West introduces the legend of a man called Hawk . . . To start their new life together, Jamie Pratt and his young bride join a westward wagon train bound for the Rocky Mountains. They get as far as Helena when their unscrupulous wagon master deserts them, leaving them as good as dead in a godforsaken, blood-scorched land. The other settlers agree to set stakes where they are, but Jamie and his bride press on toward the Bitterroot Valley, deep into Sioux territory. "-- Publisher's website.
Subject: Scouts (Reconnaissance) > Fiction.
Genre: Western stories.

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