Single Tree

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G.K. Hall, Feb 1, 1995 - Fiction - 252 pages
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Travelling to Montana envisioning a beautiful and bountiful land, the Wilders find their dreams dashed by the prairie vastness under a relentless sun, until the appearance of a single tree and its promise of water brings them hope

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This is yet another great novel by the author of the Silver Spur Award-winning Sanctuary (LJ 11/15/90). The setting is Montana in 1884, where vigilantes, greedy for land and wealth, wantonly kill ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Gary Svee grew up along the banks of the Yellowstone, Stillwater, and Rosebud rivers in Montana. He has written for "The Billings Gazette" and "The Missoulian," and is the author of the acclaimed novels "Spirit Wolf, Showdown at Buffalo Jump" (formerly titled "Incident at Pishkin Creek), The Peacemaker's Vengeance," and "Single Tree." He recently won the 2001 Spur Award for Best Western Short Fiction for his story "All or Nothing." He lives in Billings, Montana.

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