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Cinco Becknell

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Memory is life. Without memory, we are only what we are at that split second of time. Good or bad. Set in the underbelly of the pseudo-glitz of the streets of Santa Fe and based on generations of violent, local family history, CINCO BECKNELL is the story of a homeless man with no memory. Locked in the emptiness of his mind is a secret, a past, which will either keep him ...more
ebook, 398 pages
Published August 12th 2013 by Becknell House
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Have read Magnetic North and Pale Light of Sunset and liked them both. Cinco Becknell is now my favorite. A great novel with so many twists.
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