Henri Ville [NOOK Book]

Overview

Henri Ville spends her time fighting to get home – fighting against the desire to give up, against the troubles filling every stopgap town and bar, even fighting against those whose lives she’s saved – but the harder Henri fights, the more ingrained in this vicious world she becomes...the further the wisps of home fade...

And the battles only grow larger.

An object of pursuit by gunslinger and lawman alike, it isn’t until a narrow escape from ...

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Henri Ville

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Overview

Henri Ville spends her time fighting to get home – fighting against the desire to give up, against the troubles filling every stopgap town and bar, even fighting against those whose lives she’s saved – but the harder Henri fights, the more ingrained in this vicious world she becomes...the further the wisps of home fade...

And the battles only grow larger.

An object of pursuit by gunslinger and lawman alike, it isn’t until a narrow escape from the gallows that Henri finds herself relentlessly hunted by the formidable Pastor Rigby Briarwood – a clever young Irishman fueled by Catholic faith and an unwavering commitment to destroy the demons that have thus far eluded God’s wrath.

With enough munitions to satisfy a military regiment and accompanied by a diverse group of drunks, cross-dressers, felons and worse, the gunslinger Henri Ville takes the first steps in her epic journey home...

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044991606
  • Publisher: Matthew Christopher Benner
  • Publication date: 9/17/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 87,831
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Matthew Christopher Benner is an author from the east coast somewhere. I'm thinking Maine but I could be confusing him with a good writer. Pretty sure he lives near West Chester but google maps showed a bunch of West Chesters. If I had to guess, I'd say... West Chester, Illinois... though I'm basing that on nothing. Not one single thing. In fact, I'm pretty sure Illinois was one of the few states without a West Chester. Anyway, he has children, several of 'em - both girls that hopefully take after their mothers. And he's got trades besides "writing", seems to gather them like shot glasses: a licensed massage therapist because he's creepy and wants to touch people; a bartender, probably because no one would let him massage them without alcohol since he's so creepy; an avionics technician, 'cause why not, I guess; and he's a thief - I know of one time in particular when he stole the woman of a guy who writes author's bios for a living. These are just facts, just listing facts about him, just a list--bunch of stuff, all equally important for you to know about Matthew Christopher Benner. Really, all you need to know is that he never succeeds. And also that he's balding.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2014

    At least

    At least it was free and didn't spend any money for it. I got half way through and just wasn't interested enough in the story to continue. The authors writing style is laborious. Wordy sentences and the trains of thought got harder and harder to follow. I found myself re-reading i88.ipariaiiiiiii88888I8i8 isiti

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2013

    Last Dance

    Loved this story ... She reminds me of someone I know ... Not a murderer but just as heartless ...

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