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A Cold Day in Hell: The Dull Knife Battle, 1876 (The Plainsmen Series #11) [NOOK Book]

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Veteran Indian fighter Seamus Donegan joins the hunt for Crazy Horse, the elusive Cheyenne warrior chief who's putting the cavalry to shame in this continuing saga of the Great Indian Wars.

Johnston brilliantly recreates the Dull Knife Battle of 1876.

Johnston writes gritty, raw, historically-accurate frontier fiction. Here, he continues the saga of the Great Indian Wars as veteran Indian fighter...

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A Cold Day in Hell: The Dull Knife Battle, 1876 (The Plainsmen Series #11)

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Overview

Veteran Indian fighter Seamus Donegan joins the hunt for Crazy Horse, the elusive Cheyenne warrior chief who's putting the cavalry to shame in this continuing saga of the Great Indian Wars.

Johnston brilliantly recreates the Dull Knife Battle of 1876.

Johnston writes gritty, raw, historically-accurate frontier fiction. Here, he continues the saga of the Great Indian Wars as veteran Indian fighter Seamus Donegan joins the hunt for Crazy Horse, the elusive Cheyenne warrior chief who's putting the cavalry to shame. Johnston brilliantly recreates the Dull Knife Battle of 1876. Original.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780307755780
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/21/2010
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 512
  • Sales rank: 125,604
  • File size: 4 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2013

    Tropic

    I rate it five star fruits. Good job. Here is a reward. 10000000 pineapples. (I like it a lot! Write another one or face the wrath of p...hmm. imma out of stock. Face the wrath of a 100...seeds!) T

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2013

    A Dull Day in Ponyville Part IIII by RD

    (Hehe tricked ya! Here's the real part four.) Rainbow Dash laid stretched out on the bench. She waited silently for the signal from Spike while thinking. Have they reached Discord yet? Just then, she saw the bushes in front of her rustle. Rarity appeared, shaking her hooves in disguised. "Ugh, these stupid thorns are getting caught in my hooves!" she complained. "What are you doing here?" Dash asked, a hint of confusion in her voice. "Shouldn't you be with the others?" "I told them that the forest was too scary for me, that I would have nightmares tonight if I went in, so they told me to come back here and keep you company," Rarity explained. Rainbow snickered as Rarity started to attempt to get the thorns out of her hooves, yelping in pain every once in a while. This made Dash snicker more. "Rainbow Dash it's not funny!" Rarity whined. Rainbow laughed at her attempted angry face, when Spike's signal made her stop. She shot up into the air. She started gathering speed. She was flying at lightning speed, but flew fasher still. The ozone wall at her hooves went from rounded to pointed. Her cheeks were being pulled back from the wind. She felt a sudden electrical crackle around her, then BOOM!!! A loud boom sounded and a circular rainbow expanded across the sky from where she was moments before. She looked down at Ponyville and saw the color return as the rainbow swept over it. Rainbow landed next to her friends, who were waiting for her at the bench. "Way to go, Rainbow!" Twilight exclaimed. "We should have a party!" Pinke Pie chirped. "Yaay!" Fluttershy whisper-cheered. "This is wonderful! Now I can safely pick out cloths without ugly colors!" Rarity exclaimed, sounding relieved, and they all burst into laughter, even Rarity herself. "Well, they don't call me 'Rainbow' and 'Dash' for nothing!" Dash exclaimed, and they laughed all over again. (The End! Hope you liked! Please rate and review!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2013

    Rosebud

    You faked me out... i thought it was the real story. DX

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2010

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