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The Crater By Michael w Scott
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Evansville bachelor and philanderer Barry Kade, and the wedded Beth May Flint, along with the little Mary Joy Flint, are fleeing the township of Evansville with angry husbands, fathers et al in their... More > dust. They’ve headed out in an old Plymouth Belvedere and they have to cross the Todera Desert and cut through the Todera Crater on their way to St Louis and all points west. They have six bottles of water and a couple of thousand dollars with them. Inside that crater Kade saves a six year-old girl from drowning and as a thank-you the girl’s more than grateful parents give Kade a memento. But what a memento! And what parents!< Less
Il Cratere By Michael w Scott
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Stanno scappando da Evansville lo scapolo e donnaiolo Barry Kade, e la sposata Beth May Flint, assieme alla piccola Mary Joy Flint. Troppa pressione. Hanno un sacco di arrabbiati mariti, padri et al... More > nella loro scia di polvere di sabbia. A bordo di una vecchia, scassata Plymouth Belvedere devono attraversare il Deserto Todera e passare per il Cratere dello stesso nome in cammino verso St Louis e tutti i punti occidentali. Hanno con se duemila dollari a sei bottiglietti d’acqua. Ma dentro quel cratere Kade salva la vita di una ragzzina di sei anni e come ringraziamento i genitori della bambina danno a Kade un oggetto da tenire come ricordo. Ma che oggetto! E che genitori!< Less
Sunrise, Sundown By Michael w Scott
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After fifteen years in gaol, Frank Dover goes looking for hidden gold ingots. Instead he finds water and trouble; lots of both. At the age of eighteen Frank was involved in the hold-up of a mule... More > train bringing smelted gold down from the Cedar Creek mines. A tip-off meant that before the robbery was completed the gang was arrested with the exception of Frank who was hiding in the trees minding the horses of the others. Three gold bars had already been loaded into the saddlebags and Frank takes them home and hides them. Three days later he too is arrested and, like the other members of the gang, is sentenced to fiteen years in the La Junta penitentiary. Now he is free, and payback time for all those years spent behind bars has arrived...< Less