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by Jon Sharpe

Free eBook Trailsman 012: Condor download ISBN: 0451118375
Author: Jon Sharpe
Publisher: Signet (October 1, 1982)
Language: English
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1334 mb
Size FLAC: 1566 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Used availability for Jon Sharpe's Condor Pass.

Used availability for Jon Sharpe's Condor Pass. September 1982 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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Condor Pass No. 12. (Book in the The Trailsman Series). Trailsman 013: Blood Chase (Trailsman).

The Trailsman Series. 397 primary works, 397 total works. Book 1. Seven Wagons West. Book 12. Condor Pass. Skye Fargo has agreed to guide some silver-hungr. ore.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17. Table of Contents. Skye Fargo, the Trailsman, the seeker who could take the wildness of a land and the wanting of a woman and make them his own. Wyoming Country, 1861-. sometimes you don’t know who to trust

Jon Sharpe is the author of the long-running Trailsman western series, featuring the adventures of tracker Skye Fargo. Format: Mass Market Paperback.

Jon Sharpe is the author of the long-running Trailsman western series, featuring the adventures of tracker Skye Fargo. Mass Market Paperback: 176 pages. Publisher: Berkley (February 2, 2010). But after reading over ten previous books in this series I was glad to see David L. Robbins had written this book.

Read "The Trailsman Gila River Dry-Gulchers" by Jon Sharpe . But the Trailsman has a job to do, and he’s going to get to the bottom of this blood-soaked boomtow. bout this book.

But the Trailsman has a job to do, and he’s going to get to the bottom of this blood-soaked boomtow.

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Love all Trailsman books
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Have enjoyed all of the stories.
Kirinaya
It's a little difficult finding this episode on Amazon.It was published in October,1982 as episode # 12.I couldnt find it here under #12;or by its title "Condor Pass"; but when I searched using only "Trailsman",I found 661 listings,and going through them finally found it at 301 in the list of 661;and had # 012.However when I went to post a Review on "The TraILSMAN 012";I couldn't get it to turn up.So,I went back and searched under "Trailsman",I found there were now 662 listings and "Condor Pass" was now 325 in the list of 662.
The whole point being,it may take a bit of effort to find some of these earlier episodes here on Amazon...persistance is required.
That being said;this is an excellent read.It has Skye Fargo in one of his traditional roles of acting as a scout for a wagon train heading across Indian territory.In this case,he has been hired to lead a small train of wagons to find out why a previous similar train had been attacked and all the people had been murdered or captured,supposedly by Comanches.It has a collection of characters about as different as one can imagine;but all having some connection with the victims of the attacked train.
It is well constructed story,lots of action and a wild battle against a greatly larger number of Comanches than would seem possible for a wagon train to defend,especially considering what a mixed group they were.
It is an example of what a great Old West western should be and not a mystery story or "whodunit" as is often the case with some of the editions we see today with westerns.Even if the "Longarm",The Gunfighter",Slocum","The Trailsman" have continued since the early 80's;the earlier episodes are still excelent reads.