Deadly Prey

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Berkley Books, 2006 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Know as the Rogue Lawman, Gideon Hawk can turn from marshal to executioner with the pull of a trigger. Even as he is hunted by the law he once worked for, Hawk will prove over and over why bad men fear him--for none can escape the mark of his gun or the might of his purpose ... A hunted man. Deputy U.S. Marshal Gideon Hawk has retreated to his remote cabin deep in the San Juan Mountains, hoping to simply disappear. But when young Catherine McCormick comes to him alone in the rain from the mining camp over the mountain, Hawk knows his respite is over. A vicious gang fell on the mining camp, ravaging and brutalizing at will--killing Catherine's ten-year-old brother. She's willing to give Hawk anything to hunt the raiders down and dispense justice, his way. But where evil men are concerned, the only payment Hawk needs is in blood ...

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Peter Brandvold Peter Brandvold was born and raised in North Dakota and educated at the University of North Dakota and the University of Arizona. He taught for five years on the Rocky Boy Indian Reservation in northern Montana and lives with his wife on their turn-of-the-century farmstead near Underwood, Minnesota.

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