Reap the Whirlwind

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Bantam Books, Jan 1, 1994 - Fiction - 512 pages
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As the Sioux and the Cheyenne amass along the northern frontier, army scout Seamus Donegan heads north to Fort Fetterman and Brigadier General George C. Crook prepares to face off against Crazy Horse. Original.
 

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**SPOILER ALERT** for these books, published in 1989. In this shared world trilogy C.J. Cherryh fully exercises her history fetish by exploring the what-if inherent in the rise, fall and adaptation of ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
18
Section 4
28
Section 5
37
Section 6
48
Section 7
60
Section 8
71
Section 23
243
Section 24
254
Section 25
267
Section 26
276
Section 27
284
Section 28
297
Section 29
307
Section 30
321

Section 9
84
Section 10
95
Section 11
103
Section 12
114
Section 13
124
Section 14
135
Section 15
146
Section 16
157
Section 17
168
Section 18
178
Section 19
188
Section 20
199
Section 21
209
Section 22
231
Section 31
332
Section 32
344
Section 33
356
Section 34
367
Section 35
381
Section 36
393
Section 37
405
Section 38
415
Section 39
426
Section 40
435
Section 41
445
Section 42
456
Section 43
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Terry C. Johnson was born in 1947 on the plains of Kansas and has lived a varied life as a roustabout, history teacher, printer, paramedic, dog catcher, and car salesman, all the while immersing himself in this history of the early West. His first novel, CARRY THE WIND, won the Medicine Pipe Bearer's Award from the Western Writer's of America, and his subsequent books, among them CRY OF THE HAWK, WINTER RAIN, and THE SON OF THE PLAINS TRILOGY, have appeared on bestseller lists throughout the country.

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