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Terror in Six Mile Canyon

Patricia Redican

Movement caught her eye, and Rebecca looked up into the rearview mirror, the smile fading from her face. "Easy, Vicky. Hold on!" Rebecca screamed just as she felt a jolt from behind. The black truck rammed them, and the icy road kept Rebecca from being able to turn the wheel. Now they were perched, parallel with the creek and the pavement, both left tires hanging dangerously over the edge of the embankment.

They thought their troubles were over, but it was only the beginning. Thanks to Sheriff Tom Ackerman, the man they thought was responsible for terrorizing Rebecca Ackerman's father and brother over a plot of land is in jail. But before the investigation can even begin, the key witness is beaten up and left for dead. Apparently someone is still after the gold Rebecca's father found on his property in Six Mile Canyon. But who? Terror in Six Mile Canyon is Patricia Redican's second book in a two-part series set in Virginia City, Nevada, following Rebecca and her friend Vicky. Who is after them? And why is Vicky's new housemate, Amy, acting so suspicious? When Vicky and Rebecca go missing, it's up to Tom and Steven to find them before it's too late! Along the way, they will encounter ghostly miners and a one hundred-year-old ghost named Lorelei, who will also play a part in bringing the villains to justice. There's excitement waiting around every turn in Terror In Six Mile Canyon!

Book Details

  • Publisher: Urlink Print & Media, LLC
  • Publish Date: Nov 9th, 2023
  • Pages: 294
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.69in - 1.24lb
  • EAN: 9781684865871
  • Categories: Romance - GeneralThrillers - General

About the Author

Redican, Patricia: - Patricia Redican has lived in the Virginia City, Nevada, area for thirty-seven years and has been married thirty-four of those to an avid hunter and outdoorsman. They have two grown children and three grandchildren, six mules (seven counting her husband), three dogs, and two cats. Now retired after thirty-five years of public service, Patricia lived in a solar-powered log cabin. Jaunts into the hills, visits to the historical town of Virginia City, and a wildly active imagination inspired this storyto be born.
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