BANDIT'S MOUNTAIN

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iUniverse, Jun 20, 2007 - Fiction - 290 pages
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Bandit's Mountain takes place in the wilderness of Montana, after an earthquake levels a prison and frees twelve convicts. The convicts embark on a killing rampage in their quest to Canada and freedom. Ben Harper is a man who has the world by its tail. He is a man of honor, a man who keeps his promises. As he crosses the Montana state line on his way home on military leave, he reflects back on his troubled youth and on a stranger he attempted to rob. This stranger would change his life and become the man Ben called his father. Tired and hungry, Ben stops at motel and meets Wanda Jenkins, a lonely waitress. This chance meeting soon develops into a passionate love affair. Ben continues on his way home, promising to return for Wanda. After suffering car trouble, Ben finally reaches his destination only to find his parents murdered and his world shattered. A bloody note, found in his father's lifeless hand, sends Ben off on a trail of vigilante justice to a place called Bandit's Mountain.
 

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Donald Miller is a best-selling author and public speaker based in Nashville, Tennessee who focuses on Christian spirituality. Miller's first book, Prayer and the Art of Volkswagen Maintenance (Harvest House Publishers 2000), chronicled the cross-country road trip he took at age 21. It was printed with little fanfare, but it was republished more successfully in 2005 as Through Painted Deserts. Miller became a New York Times Bestselling Author when he published Blue Like Jazz in 2003. In 2004, Miller released Searching For God Knows What. In 2006, he added another book, To Own A Dragon. Don's next book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, was released in late 2009. His title Scary Close: Dropping the Act and Acquiring a Taste for True Intimacy became a New York Times bestseller in 2015. In 2009 Miller began production of All Things Converge, a series of DVDs for small groups that feature Miller interviewing prominent Christian writers and theologians. The first three DVDs in the series were released in the fourth quarter of 2009.

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