White Death (A Herne the Hunter Western #1)
By John J. McLaglen
Published by Piccadilly Publishing
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Published: July 12, 2012
Words: 47,310 (approximate)
Jed Herne -- a man who tried to turn his back on the gun ... and found that Fate had other ideas. The men who killed his wife are about to find out just how deadly Herne the Hunter is. (Herne the Hunter 1)
The sun was getting well up, and its warmth was melting the snow fast. Its rays broke through the open doorway, striking across towards Louise, and as she moved through them, Jed saw her face properly for the first time.
It took all his self-discipline to stop himself jumping up and grabbing her. There was a great bruise under her right eye, and her nose had been bleeding. A thread of black blood crept drily from the corner of her mouth, down across her chin, on her neck. And there were deep scratches around her throat.
He realized that Yates had also seen it at the same moment, hearing the strangled gasp, and feeling the man’s body tense in the chair beside him, ready to leap up. Herne reached across and seized his arm, squeezing it with all his strength …
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