Fear Makes a Traitor

Fear Makes a Traitor

Author: Stephen Heredia

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595272655

Category: Fiction

Page: 244

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Isolated among the soaring peaks of the Rocky Mountains, an old mining town has plans to regain its former gold rush glory. Their project is threatened when environmental terrorists slip into the valley and begin plotting mayhem against the local economy. Using a network of ancient mining trails that thread the wilderness, the adversaries travel through a beautiful and dangerous landscape. Populated with colorful western characters, Gold Hill is a rural town at the intersection of history and radical environmentalism. For great photos, links, and information, visit the author at: www.smhbooks.com
Fear Makes a Traitor
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