Incident at Copper Creek

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Avalon Books, Dec 1, 2002 - Fiction - 182 pages
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United States Marshal Trace Hawthorne is assigned a difficult and harrowing task. He must escort a key witness across the state to testify against a ruthless land baron. Despite his knowledge of the land and his proficiency with a .45, he faces long odds. Amidst a background of treachery and betrayal, Hawthorne must contend with a small army of hired guns determined to stop him. Resorting to desperate measures in an effort to elude his pursuers and deliver his witness, Hawthorne decides to cross the desert. It is a decision not without doubt and regret, for the harshness and desolation of the land prove to be more formidable obstacles than those devised by men.During his trek, Hawthorne encounters Lane Carter, a beautiful young woman who is directed by fate to accompany him. As Hawthorne struggles to complete his mission, he embarks on a path of self-realization, experiencing feelings for Lane that he has never felt before, and wrestles with the shadows of his past.

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2002)

Born in Akron, Ohio, Michael Senuta enjoyed a peripatetic youth during his father's career in the US Marines. He graduated from the University of Ohio-Akron with both a degree in education and a commission into the US Army. After several years of military service, he rejoined civilian life, teaching English in the Akron public schools for nearly three decades. An authority on Sherlock Holmes, he has given more than three hundred lectures about the famous detective. Michael retired from teaching in 2000 and now writes full time. His novels include The Hidden Truth, Hazard, and Matt Train.

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