SpiritPath

SpiritPath

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by Pat Patterson
     
 

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Dear Jack,

I may be a rough, tough solider of fortune but I've me my match!

I'm in Central America on a no-win job and regretting every minute. A woman named Letty Madden hired me to find her missing brother. I'd figured this prim and proper Texas postmistress would run and hide when I named my price: one night. I was wrong.

I swear the woman is my

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Dear Jack,

I may be a rough, tough solider of fortune but I've me my match!

I'm in Central America on a no-win job and regretting every minute. A woman named Letty Madden hired me to find her missing brother. I'd figured this prim and proper Texas postmistress would run and hide when I named my price: one night. I was wrong.

I swear the woman is my punishment for never giving a damn about anyone. She's as stubborn as a mule and soft and sweet . . . and hell, buddy, I'm in big trouble. Getting out alive is the least of my problems.

Murphy

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469785066
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/22/2002
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
640
File size:
607 KB

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SpiritPath 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
SpiritPath took me out of myself and into a world I'd never imagined, a world of the everyday and the spirit place so integral to the lives of our Native American People. The historical facts alone were worth the read. I could not put it down and read 'way past my bedtime, anxious to see what happened next. The characters LIVE, both during and after I closed the pages. The front cover is off-putting but once the book was opened, I was lost in the beautiful prose and fast paced story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Set in the American Southwest, SpiritPath is a memorable historical novel about a woman of indomitable spirit. Determined to overcome prejudice and seemingly unsurmountable obstacles during the era of Mexican conflict surrounding WWI and beyond, this beautiful Navajo woman succeeds in emerging victorious and avenging her mother's tragic legacy. Written in elegant prose, the author has a voice that hooks the reader from the very first page, successfully weaving political, social, and personal events. Suspenseful and fast-paced, the reader is kept involved to a very satisfying end.