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|Format: ||Paperback, 240 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 30 December 2014|
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A mysterious woman comes out of the wheat fields late one night to complicate the life of Chief Ranger Aldo Springer, recently banished to Fort Pawnee National Historical Site in central Kansas. She demands asylum and backs up her demand by threatening to jump from the highest point in the historical site--a crow's nest halfway up the hundred-foot mast of the fort's flag pole. Against his judgment, Springer conceals her from the security forces of the state hospital, from which she escaped, and risks everything he cherishes to pursue a murderer along a cold trail.
About the Author
Steve Sherwood won the 2003 TRP George Garrett Fiction Prize with his novel Hardwater. His latest book of stories and personal essays will appear in 2014. Steve is the director of the William L. Adams Center for Writing at Texas Christian University, USA, where he has taught writing courses since 1988.
Texas Review Press|
21.34 x 13.72 x 2.54 centimetres (0.41 kg)|
15+ years |