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Shadow road

Author: Douglas Hirt
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Berkley edView all editions and formats
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"From the cattle trails of Texas, to the backwoods of the South, two men dared to ride the...shadow road. For twenty years, Texas rancher Jim Caywood has led foreman Austin Fandango on the cattle drive to the Missouri markets. And for twenty years, they have traveled the "shadow road" on their return home. Austin has never asked why, but he believes it has something to do with the scar on Jim's chest from a Comanche  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Western stories
Paperbacks
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Hirt
ISBN: 0425169928 9780425169926
OCLC Number: 41883364
Description: 215 pages ; 18 cm
Responsibility: Douglas Hirt.
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"From the cattle trails of Texas, to the backwoods of the South, two men dared to ride the...shadow road. For twenty years, Texas rancher Jim Caywood has led foreman Austin Fandango on the cattle drive to the Missouri markets. And for twenty years, they have traveled the "shadow road" on their return home. Austin has never asked why, but he believes it has something to do with the scar on Jim's chest from a Comanche arrow... This year the shadow road leads to Laconia, Arkansas. After a violent encounter with slave runners, Jim and Austin find themselves fugitives from Southern law. Leading a frail group of captives to their freedom, the duo rides hard toward Indian territory to lose their pursuers, who consider the slaves their property-and will kill before they surrender it..."--BOOK COVER.

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