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In the early 1860's, the Montana gold camps attracted thousands. But while many were miners and merchants, it was none-the-less a haven for gamblers, thieves, and the murderous cutthroats as well. The leader of these evil-doers was a soft-spoken, charming man named Henry Plummer. With a gift for organization and a personaility that appealed to men and women alike, Plummer got himself elected Sheriff and organized the outlaws into a band called the "Innocents." Read by the author. 10 CD's 10.4 Hrs.
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Stan Lynde is a third generation native Montanan, born and reared on the rangeland of the Crow Indian Reservation in Southeastern Montana. He is both a story teller, and a highly acclaimed and award winning comic artist.Review:
"Vigilante Moon isn't a book you'll put down quickly, or soon forget."
"Capturing the essence of 1860s Virginia City, Montana, Stan blends solid research and historical details with an interesting story."
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Book Description Condition: Brand New. New. Seller Inventory # A78852
Book Description Cottonwood Publishing, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1886370206