The Resource Hell fire in Paradise
- Hell fire in Paradise
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- Chuck Tyrell
- Laurel Baker lost her husband and her two boys on the same day. Then, menacingly, logging magnate Robert Dunn rides into her ranch on Paradise Creek to buy her out. Laurel refuses as her loved ones are buried there - prompting Dunn to try shooting to get his way. Laurel's friends stick by her, but will their loyalty match Dunn's ten deadly gunmen? And in the final battle for her land, can she live through hell fire in Paradise?
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- Linford western library
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