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Mountain man's vengeance

Author: Robert Lake
Publisher: New York : Kensington Pub., ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The high, rugged mountain made John Henry Trapp happy. But then a pack of Rocky Mountain gunsels thundered across his land, burned his hut, and murdered his squaw woman. The strapping mountain man hit the vengeance trail and gunned down the buswhackin' scum who'd killed White Dove. And for that he rotted in jail for the next twenty-five years. Now, Trapp was back, a freed man headin' back to the high lonesome. But  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Western stories
Paperbacks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Lake
ISBN: 0821728229 9780821728222
OCLC Number: 20682327
Notes: Zebra books.
Description: 224 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: Robert Lake.

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"The high, rugged mountain made John Henry Trapp happy. But then a pack of Rocky Mountain gunsels thundered across his land, burned his hut, and murdered his squaw woman. The strapping mountain man hit the vengeance trail and gunned down the buswhackin' scum who'd killed White Dove. And for that he rotted in jail for the next twenty-five years. Now, Trapp was back, a freed man headin' back to the high lonesome. But not before a sharp kid who was pure hell with a gun decided to tag along for the ride. Which was okay with John Henry Trapp. The old mountain man hadn't counted on the fact that the country had changed in twenty-five years, and that there were a lot of backshootin' varmints out there itchin' to own the gun that'd killed one of the west's last mountain men. But Trapp knew with the kid at his side, that scummy lot'd more than likely end up ownin' a patch six feet under with the worms!"--BOOK COVER.

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