Thunder Over the Superstitions

Thunder Over the Superstitions

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Gale / Cengage Learning
"Gideon Hawk hunts the depraved outlaw Pima Miller into the Superstition Mountains of Arizona Territory. Hawk inadvertently shot Miller's woman, but the killer doesn't seem to mind. He leaves his infant son behind and heads into the mountains with his beautiful young guide, Jodi Zimmerman, whom he's kidnapped from the Superstition Stage Relay Station. Hawk, however, minds very much that his bullet meant for Miller struck an innocent woman. He storms after Miller with his usual bloodlust. But the Superstitions are no picnic. The Apaches call the range their Thunder God's abode, and the Chiricahuas don't care for interlopers. And neither does the strange old desert rat known as the Dutchman, who will do everything he can to keep his secret stash of ancient Apache gold a secret. Bonus Story Featuring the Rio Concho Kid: BLOOD AND LUST IN OLD MEXICO



The Rio Concho Kid must save a young Mexican girl from the savage intentions of the lusty General Constantine San Gabriel, who forced her into marriage, and the infamous bounty killer known only as El Leproso…the Leper!"



Baker & Taylor
Gideon Hawk hunts depraved outlaw Pima Miller into the Superstition Mountains of Arizona Territory, but Hawk must deal with more danger than just the evil outlaw.

Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. :, Five Star, A part of Gale, Cengage Learning,, [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781432830106
1432830104
Characteristics: 233 pages ; 23 cm

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