Breakheart Pass

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Doubleday, 1974 - The West - 178 pages
After the Civil War, an army relief train takes supplies to an Indian fort, and its passengers suffer mysterious accidents.

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A great story from a great story teller. A secret service agent, in 1873, boards a medial troop train heading to Fort Humbolt where there has been an outbreak of cholera. Thus begins a twisting story ... Read full review

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Fast-paced, small (192 pages), action packed; to be precise, a typical MacLean thriller (though this one's a western). Not great as some of his other works, mind you, but not boring either. Read full review

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Alistair MacLean was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1922. After attending Highland High School, he served in the Navy during World War II. He then went on to graduate from Glasgow University. MacLean wrote the bestsellers "HMS Ulysses," "The Guns of Navarone," "Ice Station Zebra," "Where Eagles Dare," "Dark Crusader," "Satan Bug," and "Captain Cook: A Biography." MacLean died on February 2, 1987 in Munich.

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