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Dead Silver (Paperback)

Author:  Neil McMahon
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0061340774
ISBN-13: 9780061340772
Sku: 210207716
Publish Date: 8/1/2009
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  288
 
Hugh Davoren and his pal, Madbird, are thrown into the middle of an unsolved double homicide, in this dramatic follow-up to the acclaimed "Lone Creek." Harper
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A follow-up to Lone Creek finds Montana lawman Hugh Davoren and his sidekick, Madbird, investigating a double homicide involving a recently discovered cache of photos and an earring that once belonged to a woman who had been killed for protesting the opening of a silver mine. 15,000 first printing. Reprint.A follow-up to Lone Creek finds Montana lawman Hugh Davoren and his sidekick, Madbird, investigating a double homicide involving a recently discovered cache of photos and an earring that once belonged to a woman who had been killed for protesting the opening of a silver mine. 15,000 first printing. Reprint.

After a twenty-year absence Renee Callister is back in Helena, Montana, to bury her estranged father. John Callister was a local pariah believed to have had a hand in his wife's murder when she was protesting the opening of a controversial silver mine. But the discovery of disturbing photographs and one silver earring in her father's home is causing Renee to reexamine her stepmother's death in a shocking new light—and sending her to Hugh Davoren for help.

A California expatriate, Hugh Davoren makes his living under Montana's Big Sky, working as a carpenter with his Blackfoot pal Madbird—and he's always there for a friend. But the truth Renee Callister seeks is buried in dark and dangerous places, and Davoren's going to make some powerful, unforgiving enemies when he digs too deep.

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