Little Haven

Little Haven

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Little Haven is a fictional story of the Wild West. Julian Armitage, an Englishman who had once served in the army, and by no means any slouch with a gun himself. Against all odds decided to settle in Indian Territory alongside the Cherokee in 1875. A lonely life was not for him though, so he slowly began to build his own town from the ground up. From wagon trains and those who were simply passing through, he soon had a small nucleus of inhabitants living within his town. It was actually a peaceful place, which is also why he had given it such an unusual name. That only lasted until the Hill's arrived. A father and two sons whose robbing, plundering, and murdering were almost legend at the time. And who were not averse to seeking an opportunity anywhere, and from anyone if it could be had. They were only looking for a hideout over the winter, after they had recently committed a number of deadly robberies. And Little Haven when they decided to stop there, so they thought, appeared to be just the place for them to take over with their brutal regime. Little did they know what would happen when they tried . . .
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  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 12mm | 218g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508684634
  • 9781508684633

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