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It's gonna be one hell of a ride...On the eve of the Civil War, with U.S. marshals at their backs, Jesse Locke and a band of outlaws led by the dauntless, unpredictable Jack Ross find themselves with no other choice but to seek sanctuary in Jesse's former backwoods home. After being run out of town for murder seven years earlier, Jesse arrives to find his mother dead, his sister in the whore house and nothing at all as he left it. Having entrusted the survival of his family to his oldest friend, Hank Walker, Jesse sets out to put right the betrayal that has befallen in his absence. But with the gallows a misstep away and ravenous enemies closing in, Jesse finds himself thrown into a tempest of insatiable passions, corrupt justice and treacherous temptations that threaten to send him and everyone he loves into the grave. Death of Eden: Outlaw is book one of the Death of Eden series.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781495393044
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/02/2014
Series: Death of Eden , #1
Pages: 344
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Death of Eden is a joint project from authors Chelsey Colleen Hankins and Emily Martens. Chelsey, a Mississippi native, has published multiple short stories including "Kadie" and "Battle Scars" featured in the bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Emily, hailing from a small Gold Rush town in California, published her first novel, The Shards of Morning in 2009. It was a finalist for both the International Book Awards and the Indie Excellence Awards. Both graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and after working together as stunt performers for a Hollywood sword fighting team, co-writing a comedy webseries, and starting their own business as Public Relations Copywriters, they conjoined their mutual love of sweeping historical dramas and intimate, character-driven stories to create the fictional world of Eden, Mississippi. Unable to resist the song of the South, the writing duo currently resides in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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