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In the 1870s, Kansas territory is wild and barren. Folks head out there and they never come back. Some of them find a new life in the West, some of the just find the Drakes.

A family of criminals, the Drakes have set up a crude operation, luring travelers into their home, robbing and murdering them. When their crimes come to light, however, the people of the nearest settlem
Published December 15th 2016 by Epic Extreme
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Mar 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Fictionalized version of the “Bloody Benders” that true-crime fans will love. This historical fiction crime novel is a quick and easy read. Although now I can’t stop thinking about whether or not people used the same curse words we use today back in the 1800s (specifically f*!k).
PG: PARENTAL ADVISORY: Conflict and Aggression are limited or moderate. May contain mild profanity suggestive language and brief scenes of nudity.

E:Easy: 3rd grade Vocabulary

Method: Physical Book

Location: Chautaugua-Cattaraugus Library System
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Nicole M. Taylor was an only child, born deep in the corn-ears of rural Michigan where she honed her talents for being supercilious, eating pop-tarts and making up strange fictional situations.

Today, she lives in San Jose with her husband and a small fetal alien named Magoo. She writes speculative fiction about witches, ghosts, robots, reptoid aliens and pianists. She also works occasionally as a

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