Dakota Kill

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Macmillan, Sep 17, 2001 - Fiction - 288 pages
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After a seven year absence, Mark Talbot returns to the Dakota Territory looking for a little peace a quiet. But peace isnt' what he finds: Greedy landholder King Magnussen of the Double-X ranch wants sole reign of the Bench, a fertile and prosperous region in the Dakota Territory. And Magnussen always gets what he wants.

So when Talbot meets beautiful young Suzanne, King's beloved daughter, he learns quickly that Suzanne always gets what she wants, too. And she wants Talbot. Then there's Jacy Kincaid, the little-girl-next-door, who has grown into a stunning strong-willed woman, fighting against King and his thugs for turning the Dakota Territory into Dakota Kill.

Before Talbot can rest his tired bones, he finds himself not only confronted with a land war, but a love war too. . . .
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
11
CHAPTER 2
20
CHAPTER 3
31
CHAPTER 4
37
CHAPTER 5
48
CHAPTER 6
58
CHAPTER 7
74
CHAPTER 8
82
CHAPTER 17
177
CHAPTER 18
183
CHAPTER 19
197
CHAPTER 20
204
CHAPTER 21
211
CHAPTER 22
220
CHAPTER 23
226
CHAPTER 24
235

CHAPTER 9
91
CHAPTER 10
106
CHAPTER 11
113
CHAPTER 12
128
CHAPTER 13
136
CHAPTER 14
144
CHAPTER 15
158
CHAPTER 16
168
CHAPTER 25
243
CHAPTER 26
249
CHAPTER 27
257
CHAPTER 28
266
CHAPTER 29
274
CHAPTER 30
283
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About the author (2001)

Peter Brandvold was born and raised in North Dakota and says he can't remember ever not wanting to be a writer. But before he became a noted writers of westerns, Brandvold became a teacher on an Indian reservation in Montana and, later, raised chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese on a farm in Minnesota.

Brandvold's first novel was the critically-acclaimed Once a Marshall; other works quickly followed, including The Romantics and Once a Renegade. Brandvold, his wife, and their dogs live near Fort Collins, Colorado.

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