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Sabre City

By: James Paddock
Narrated by: Josiah John Bildner
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Book 2 of the Smilodon trilogy. 

After eight years, Zechariah Price assumes it is all behind him. Nightmares filled with huge sabre-toothed cats and women screaming still leave him in cold sweats, though less often. He had lost an eye the first time around; Tanya had fractured her back; their marriage had petered on the brink. 

There was no way he or any of his family was going to set foot in that Montana wilderness again. His 16-year-old daughter, however, decides otherwise and, in hopes of finding out what all the fuss was about when she was just a child, runs off to visit a Montana woman she found in a chat room. She discovers a lot more than she could have imagined, including who her father really was and how much she had inherited from him.

©2011, 2021 James Paddock (P)2021 James Paddock

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Continued tragedy

it is a great series. Tonya was frustrating but did not see her considering sacrifice for the family.