Siege at High Meadow ePub download
by Louis Trimble
- ISBN: 0441763383
- ISBN13: 978-0441763382
- ePub: 1535 kb | FB2: 1821 kb
- Category: Genre Fiction
- Publisher: Ace Books (November 1, 1978)
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Louis Preston Trimble (2 March 1917 – 9 March 1988) was an American writer and academic. Siege At High Meadow (1962). The Desperate Deputy of Cougar Hill (1965). English for Specific Purposes: Science and Technology (1981) (with Karl Drobnic). His published work included science fiction, westerns, and mysteries, as well as academic non-fiction. He generally wrote as Louis Trimble, but used the pseudonym "Stuart Brock" for some of his work. Born in Seattle, Washington, he published his first story in 1938, but did not move into the science-fiction genre until the mid-1950s. He attended a number of universities in Washington state and Pennsylvania.
More by Louis Trimble. Wild Horse Range, The High Handers (Ace Western Double, 33460). The Desperate Deputy of Cougar Hill (Prologue Western). William O. Turner, Louis Trimble. Mountain Ambush (Atlantic Large Print). The Man from Colorado.
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When Special Investigator Jeff McKeon was called hurriedly back to the Puget City DA's office, it marked the end of a beautiful vacation and the abrupt beginning of an ugly frame. For while Jeff's back had been turned, his political enemies had been busy laying plans to give him a permanent vacation-in jail. This time they had the DA on their side, for the evidence seemed quite foolproof.
Siege at High Meadow. Siege at High Meadow. by. Trimble, Louis, 1917-. Bath, England : Chivers Press ; So. There's no description for this book yet. Published February 1992 by Chivers North America.
Cameron was his name. Jim Clane, arriving in Dunlop to clean up the town, found it teeming with crime, vice and political corruption. He looked like a lawman, he wore a tin badge, but the owl-hooters knew him as a bank robber who had turned traitor. Clane started by instigating a near-riot at a political meeting, thus at once getting in the bad graces of both the machine mayor and Wickett, the powerful newspaper publisher who backed him. Then one of the publisher's reporters died, and after that Wickett himself was murdered.
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