Voices in the Hill: Western Stories
Steve Frazee, Eric Frazee
Five Star, 2002 - Fiction - 205 pages
These stories reflect Steve Frazee's experience of the American West, his love of its history, and his uncanny ability to explore the demons that plague every human being.
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