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The Fist of Highland County
     

The Fist of Highland County

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by Boone
 
Chance Dupree has reached a crux in his life. He is a legendary bare-knuckle fighter but is nearing his fortieth birthday and knows he can't compete much longer. His next fight will be his last. His entire future rests on the success of this contest. He has informed his trainer that he needs something 'extra' but he doesn't know what that could be. He also must

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Chance Dupree has reached a crux in his life. He is a legendary bare-knuckle fighter but is nearing his fortieth birthday and knows he can't compete much longer. His next fight will be his last. His entire future rests on the success of this contest. He has informed his trainer that he needs something 'extra' but he doesn't know what that could be. He also must choose between one of two relationships - one woman represents his old life of carelessness and the other demands marriage. Then there's his closest friend from childhood, the governor of Ohio, who is up for re-election and is determined to stop the illicit fighting in Highland County. This all takes place in an area of casual violence.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012707451
Publisher:
Pioneer Ent.
Publication date:
11/28/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
121 KB

Meet the Author

Boone is a screenwriter and professor of literature at a university in Southern Ohio. He wishes to remain anonymous. His creative works come from personal experience or those of his friends.

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The Fist of Highland County 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Couture More than 1 year ago
A friend recommended this book. I was skeptical at first but once I got into it I couldn't stop reading. It's not just about fighting it's about the people who live in this little place in Ohio. I hope it doesn't really exist because it seems awfully rough. But it makes for a good read.