Hannah by Sharon Poppen

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Hannah and Caleb are young newlyweds on the plains of Texas in the late nineteenth century. They've staked their claim and have built a new home and a new life as cattle ranchers. But a cloud of dust in the distance rides towards their cabin and changes Hannah's life forever. Caleb is shot and Hannah is abused and raped by a gang of rustlers. Left for dead, Hannah recovers and sets off to exact revenge. Join Hannah on her determined quest through the bordellos, churches, and shanty courts of the old west as she makes her own justice - and finds a new love along the way.

About Sharon Poppen

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Sharon Poppen is the winner of awards from the Arizona Authors Assoc. and the National League of American Pen Women. Her novels After the War, Before the Peace, Hannah, Abby-Finding More Than Gold and Regardless are available at Amazon Books and her website. Publications of her shorty stories include A Flasher's Dozen, Desert Treasures, Skive, Offerings from the Oasis, A Long Story Short, Apollo Lyre and Laughter Loaf. Her workshops on Journaling, Short Story Writing and Novel bring rave reviews.
Published April 7, 2013 by Virtual Tales. 205 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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