From Hell to Midnight

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Pinnacle Books, 2006 - Fiction - 288 pages
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He came to unearth a buried treasure ... In a tweed coat and pith helmet, Hannibal Jones stands out from the hardscrabble crowd on the Nevada frontier. But the legendary mining geologist fears no man, dead or alive--and that includes the ghost believed to haunt the long-closed Alice Mine. ... Not to get buried alive A man named Lucky Haggarty struck gold with the Alice, and then mysteriously shut it down before his death. Now, Hannibal is trying to find out what treasure the mine still holds--and who owns it. After someone tries to scare him off, he starts digging into Lucky's life. What he finds is one beautiful woman--and then two more after that. Before long, Hannibal's investigation touches off an avalanch of greed, lust, and anger. And for a man who just wanted to bring a dead mine back to life, the time has come to face down a murderous enemy, and somehow get off this mountain in one piece.
 

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
11
Section 3
18
Section 4
25
Section 5
31
Section 6
38
Section 7
44
Section 8
50
Section 24
149
Section 25
155
Section 26
161
Section 27
168
Section 28
174
Section 29
181
Section 30
188
Section 31
194

Section 9
56
Section 10
62
Section 11
68
Section 12
74
Section 13
80
Section 14
87
Section 15
93
Section 16
99
Section 17
105
Section 18
111
Section 19
117
Section 20
123
Section 21
130
Section 22
136
Section 23
142
Section 32
201
Section 33
208
Section 34
215
Section 35
222
Section 36
228
Section 37
235
Section 38
242
Section 39
248
Section 40
255
Section 41
261
Section 42
267
Section 43
273
Section 44
279
Section 45
285
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About the author (2006)

Richard Wheeler, an ex-marine, is the author of sixteen other books of military history, eleven of which deal with different Civil War campaigns and battles, including Voices of the Civil War, winner of the New York City Civil War Round Table's Fletcher Pratt Award. Wheeler is also the author of Voices of 1776: The Story of the American Revolution in the Words of Those Who Were There (Meridian). He lives in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania.

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