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Hard winter a western story by Johnny D. Boggs

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Published by Five Star in Detroit .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementJohnny D. Boggs
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3552.O4375 H366 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination232 p. ;
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24574230M
ISBN 101594148031
ISBN 109781594148033
LC Control Number2009031896
OCLC/WorldCa430678948

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Hard Winter is the story of a world in transition, literally, and it's the story of one man in transition. Neil Davies made this world, and this man, come alive for me. That's the highest compliment you can give an author. Thank you for this story, Mr. Davies, I look forward for more from you/5(20).   Hard Winter: A Western Story (Five Star Westerns) Hardcover – December 9, /5(5). Hard Cold Winter is a fast-paced book featuring Van Shaw, a former Army Ranger who thrills at taking the law into his own hands. I will need to go back and read Past Crimes; however, I didn't feel that there were holes in Hard Cold Winter.4/5. From the tireless efforts to dig out the railroad blockades, to lavish oyster parties, to carefully spun boosterism, The Hard Winter comes to life with extraordinary tales of survival, resilience, and defiance that adds rich context to Wilder's beloved novel.5/5(5).

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