Shadow of the Grizzly - Clint Ryan Series [NOOK Book]

Overview

Clint Ryan and his men struggle to complete the task of cutting a ranch out of the wilderness. When he's asked by neighboring Indians to kill a child-murdering grizzly, he reluctantly says no. The griz is revered by the Yocuts, so their own braves cannot kill the monster, yet this long hunt would set Clint back to far. But bad luck haunts Clint, the Stoke's boys want his land and money they believe he's hidden, and he finally relents when his ...
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Shadow of the Grizzly - Clint Ryan Series

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Overview

Clint Ryan and his men struggle to complete the task of cutting a ranch out of the wilderness. When he's asked by neighboring Indians to kill a child-murdering grizzly, he reluctantly says no. The griz is revered by the Yocuts, so their own braves cannot kill the monster, yet this long hunt would set Clint back to far. But bad luck haunts Clint, the Stoke's boys want his land and money they believe he's hidden, and he finally relents when his own is targeted by both the Stokes and the monster.

L. J. Martin writes of Old California with an excitement and historical accuracy few can match.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
In this western , Martin has produced a land-locked, Old West version of
Peter Benchley's Jaws . Chased from its habitat among California's giant
redwoods, a mammoth grizzly worshiped as a bear god by the local
Indians goes on a rampage. When the son of the Indians' chief is killed
by the animal, the tribe seeks out Clint Ryan to hunt it down. Although
he demurs at first, circumstances force him to join both Indians and
other hunters and to go after the bear. With tight p
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016085395
  • Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/4/2013
  • Series: the Clint Ryan Series , #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 1,077,979
  • File size: 493 KB

Meet the Author

L. J. Martin is the author of over 30 action adventure and mystery novels. He lives in Montana with his wife, NYT bestselling romantic suspense author Kat Martin. The Martin's winter in California.
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