Ghost River

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M. Evans, 1988 - Fiction - 182 pages
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Jacob Travers, framed for a crime of which he is innocent, runs away, falls afoul of the law, and somehow becomes a hero charged with protecting a group of people who may be more trouble than anticipated

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About the author (1988)

Bradford Washburn was an explorer, mountaineer, photographer, cartographer, and former director of the Boston Museum of Science. Washburn gathered many awards over the course of his career, including nine honorary doctorates, the Centennial Award of the National Geographic Society (shared with his wife Barbara, the first woman to summit Mount McKinley), and the King Albert Medal of Merit.

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