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Grange Tales: The God

Written By: Stefan Hoognerson
  • ID Book : 145259998X
  • Publisher : Balboa Press
  • Number of Pages : 278
  • Genre : Fiction
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1868: The Blacksmith. Seven paleface corpses rot in their graves as an Injin hangs at the end of a rope. Was this a lynching? A murder? A cover-up? Itinerant blacksmith Milton Wright wants answers and expects to find them in Grange, Kansas. 1968:The Youngster. Eleven-year-old African-American Penny Thomas, a genius, faces someone stranger than any she’d ever met; more deadly, more important… more needy?

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