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Dark Prairies by R.S. Guthrie
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Sep 12, 12

Read in July, 2012

The writing talent of R. S. Guthrie explodes in Blood Land. Sheriff Pruett watched as the lifeblood of his wife drained into the Wyoming dirt; her brother charged with the murder. R. S. Guthrie leads us through a maze of family betrayal, government corruption and inner demons. Each turn of the page brings a new twist and will leave you guessing what is going to happen next. I would never be able to tell you one thing I liked most about the book, I loved it all. From jaw-dropping action to sweet and tender scenes, from the descriptive beauty of the land to the ugliness of a person’s greed. The ending brings it all home and gives you the answers you were not expecting. Only R. S. Guthrie could pull this off.
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