Man to Man

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The Floating Press, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 303 pages
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Settle in for a stiff dose of daring and danger in Jackson Gregory's classic Man to Man. Protagonist Steve Packard comes from a long line of rough-and-tumble men who make decisions at the drop of a hat, and when he gets the urge to put his career as a sailor on hold and travel to his childhood stomping, he doesn't stop to question it -- he just goes. But giving into this nostalgic impulse may be the worst mistake in the long line of blunders that is his life. Will he make it out alive?
 

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Contents

Chapter I Steve Dives into Deep Waters
5
Chapter II Miss Blue Cloak Knows When Shes Beat
15
Chapter III News of a Legacy
22
Chapter IV Terry Before Breakfast
33
Chapter V How Steve Packard Came Home
39
Chapter VI Bank Notes and a Blind Man
53
Chapter VII The Old Mountain Lion Comes Down from the North
68
Chapter VIII In Red Creek Town
81
Chapter XV At the Fallen Log
166
Chapter XVI Terry Defies Blenham
181
Chapter XVII And Calls on Steve
196
Chapter XVIII If He KnowsDoes She?
204
Chapter XIX Terry Confronts HellFire Packard
213
Chapter XX A Gate and a Record Smashed
222
Chapter XXI Packard Wrath and Temple Rage
228
Chapter XXII The Hand of Blenham
236

Chapter IX Its My Fight and His Let Him Go
92
Chapter X A Ride with Terry
103
Chapter XI The Tempting of Yellow Barbee
117
Chapter XII In a Dark Room
127
Chapter XIII At the Lumber Camp
135
Chapter XIV The ManBreaker at Home
154
Chapter XXIII Steve Rides by the Temple Place
249
Chapter XXIV Down from the Sky
257
Chapter XXV The Stampede
272
Chapter XXVI Yellow Barbee Keeps a Promise
285
Chapter XXVII In Honor of the Fairy Queen
299
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