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Beartooth Incident (The Trailsman, No. 332) download ebook

by Jon Sharpe

Beartooth Incident (The Trailsman, No. 332) download ebook
ISBN:
0451227328
ISBN13:
978-0451227324
Author:
Jon Sharpe
Publisher:
Signet; Original edition (June 2, 2009)
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1523 kb
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1846 kb
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Genre Fiction
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Rating:
4.9

Beartooth Incident book.

Beartooth Incident book.

The Trailsman - 332 ). Jon Sharpe. In the frozen Beartooth Mountains, Fargo is rescued by a kindly wilderness woman named Mary Harper and her children.

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The trailsman is trapped on the warpath

The trailsman is trapped on the warpath. MORE THAN 13 million copies in print. The trailsman protects a passel of prairie pioneers. Skye Fargo runs across a wagon train being guarded by some low-down men in the employ of one Victor Gore-a man who makes his money at others' fatal expense.

In the frozen Beartooth Mountains, Fargo is rescued by a kindly wilderness woman named Mary Harper and her children. But when the brutal Cudgel Stein and his gang decide they want what the Harpers have, the Trailsman is going to give the snowbound sidewinders what they deserve.

He was too weak to last long. Tull knew it but he had overlooked one thing. Fargo didn’t have to last if he could bring Tull down quickly

He was too weak to last long. Fargo didn’t have to last if he could bring Tull down quickly e dirtiest trick there was; he drove his fist up and in, slamming his knuckles into Tull’s groin. The killer cursed and staggered back. Sputtering, he clutched himself. His face became red, almost purple. You’re dead, you bastard. He tried to raise his pearl-handled Colt. Fargo heaved off the floor.

Genre: Antique literature. Read a fragment illustrations

Genre: Antique literature. Read a fragment illustrations. Annotation: FROZEN FARGO Night was falling. Fargo had to get up. He had to keep moving. If he stayed there he’d freeze. His days of roaming the frontier wherever his whims took him would be done.

Sharpe Jon. Categories: Fiction. Series: The Trailsman 332. File: EPUB, 226 KB.

OUT COLDIn the frozen Beartooth Mountains, Fargo is rescued by a kindly wilderness woman named Mary Harper and her children. But when the brutal Cudgel Stein and his gang decide they want what the Harpers have, the Trailsman is going to give the snowbound sidewinders what they deserve?
Reviews:
  • Shalinrad
It's 1861 and The Trailsman in in the Beartooth Range,where no one ever went,because few had ever come back.He had been given a contract by the Army.Major Wilson had asked him to "Scout around," and "Let us know what the country is like.Keep on the lookout for Indian sign.And for God's sake,be carefuL"
The weather turns unexpectantly bad and Fargo finds himself caught in a horrible blizzard,so bad that his days are finally coming to an end,not defeated by an enemy,from a bullet or arrow in the head or back;or by finally losing a battle with a grizzly.It is a blizzard that in the end overcomes all his strength and ability to survive,and he is resigned to meet his fate,falling asleep into a frozen slumber.
Unbelievably, he is found and rescued ,and that leads him into a situation which he must repay a favor to a family that faces a fate even worse than the death that Skye was approaching.
This is a different,but nonetheless an exciting story,filled with lots of action,struggles against hopeless odds,but one that will keep the reader engrossed to the end.
Fargo uses all the abilities he has gained in his years as a frontiersman,taking on just about every adversary imaginable;but in the end ,he could only admit;

"Three pieces of pemmican saved our lives."
  • Gianni_Giant
One of his better adventures in a while..though a bit slow and Spence’s were drawn out and redundant ....but I like the characters