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The Mountain Man's Dog
by Gary Corbin and Steven Novack and Steven Novak


Overview - In the small town of Clarkesville, in the heart of the Oregon Cascade Mountains, a humble forester stumbles into the complex world of crooked cops and power-hungry politicians... all because he rescued a stray, injured dog on the highway. Lehigh Carter didn't really mean to adopt the dog.  Read more...

 
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Overview
In the small town of Clarkesville, in the heart of the Oregon Cascade Mountains, a humble forester stumbles into the complex world of crooked cops and power-hungry politicians... all because he rescued a stray, injured dog on the highway. Lehigh Carter didn't really mean to adopt the dog. But his ex-fiancee, Stacy McBride, convinces him to do it, with a promise to help. Their rekindled romance angers her father, state Senator George McBride, who sees her backwoods suitor as a blemish on his carefully created political image. It also sets off a chain of events that entangle Lehigh in a life-or-death conflict with the senator's hardnosed campaign treasurer, Paul van Paten, who had his own plans for Stacy's future. The Mountain Man's Dog is a briskly told crime thriller loaded with equal parts suspense, romance, and light-hearted humor, pitting honor and loyalty against ruthless ambition and runaway greed in a town too small for anyone to get away with anything."


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  • ISBN-13: 9780997496710
  • ISBN-10: 0997496711
  • Publisher: Double Diamond Publishing
  • Publish Date: June 2016
  • Page Count: 264


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