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RETURN TO SILVER CREEK

Arizona, 1882. Laura and Garet Havelock’s cabin on Silver Creek is only temporary until Garet can build their dream horse ranch. But first he must leave her and go north for horseflesh to stock their range and make their dream a reality.
The dream turns into a nightmare when Laura is attacked and abused by a vicious ...
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RETURN TO SILVER CREEK

Arizona, 1882. Laura and Garet Havelock’s cabin on Silver Creek is only temporary until Garet can build their dream horse ranch. But first he must leave her and go north for horseflesh to stock their range and make their dream a reality.
The dream turns into a nightmare when Laura is attacked and abused by a vicious stranger.
Garet returns to an empty home… and a heart-rending mystery. While he searches for his wife, he stumbles on a potential range war between sheep herders and cattlemen.
When he and Laura are finally reunited, their troubles are far from over. Will they ever live to enjoy their dream ranch, or will the nightmare go on…?
Beaten and broken, Garet must endure much to save his love and set the record straight – with vengeance and blood.

Chuck Tyrell is the global western e-book winner for his novel The Snake Den.
“…The prison yarn is a staple of genre fiction, and Whipple has written a very good one in The Snake Den. Having researched and written a book partially set in Yuma Prison myself, I know he's done an excellent job of portraying that notorious hellhole. Shawn is a very likable protagonist, and the other characters are fleshed out and well developed. Given its setting and subject matter, it's not surprising that The Snake Den is considerably grittier than the fine Black Horse Westerns Whipple has also written under the Chuck Tyrell name. If this is an example of what we can expect from the Solstice Western line, I'm certainly looking forward to the rest of the books.”
- James Reasoner, author of Redemption, Kansas and Redemption: Hunters.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477510339
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 5/22/2012
  • Pages: 474
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.07 (d)

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  • Posted March 20, 2012

    Entertaining Western Novel

    Someone very evil is lurking in the meadow along the meandering Silver Creek, which cuts through the Havelocks' H-Cross Spread. A vicious attack on Garet Havelock's young wife while he is away buying horses sends him on a quest to rescue his wife and deliver justice to her attacker. In RETURN TO SILVER CREEK, Chuck Tyrell tells an entertaining story of the wild and sometimes brutal west.

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