The Sharpshooter book.
The Sharpshooter book. The ad read: The one and only JEFFERSON HEWITT. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jefferson Hewitt Series by. John Henry Reese.
Leisure Books, 1974, 216 pages. Sales Tax: New York: 8%. Condition: Used. First time in paperback. Leisure Books, 1974, 216 pages.
John Henry Reese (18 December 1910 – 15 August 1981) was an American author of Western and Crime Fiction. He won the prestigious 1952 New York Herald Tribune award for his first children's book, Big Mutt. He produced more than 40 Western novels and well over three hundred short stories. His first novel Sheehan's Mill, not in the Western genre, was published by Doubleday in 1943, during wartime publishing restrictions.
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Fargo 9. By John Benteen. First published by Belmont Tower in 1970
Fargo 9. First published by Belmont Tower in 1970. Names, characters and incidents in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to actual events, locales, organizations, or persons living or dead is purely coincidental. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information or storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the.
Books on Confederate sharpshooters are few & far between, but I recommend "Diary of a Confederate Sharpshooter: the Life of James Conrad Peters" as. .Sharpshooting in the Civil War Paperback.
Books on Confederate sharpshooters are few & far between, but I recommend "Diary of a Confederate Sharpshooter: the Life of James Conrad Peters" as well as "Georgia Sharpshooter: the Civil War Diary & Letters of William R. Montgomery". 14 people found this helpful.
Her hand flew out automatically, reaching for her nightstand-for the phone. But instead of scooping up her phone, her fingers collided with warm, strong flesh. Not a dream pen, and she found herself staring straight into Gunner’s dark gaze. There was no sleepiness in that gaze, just a deep hunger. For her. Then he reached out and grabbed the ringing phone from her nightstand. Silently, he handed it to her. S-Sydney Sloan. Her fingers tightened around the phone.
For a moment the tall negro gazed intently down at Noel. In spite of hisindifference, Long John was possessed of more intelligence than a firstimpression warranted.
Startled by the change in the attitude of the band of Confederates, Noelin a loud whisper said to Dennis, "Come, we must get out of this rightaway!" "Not yit, sor," said Dennis. For a moment the tall negro gazed intently down at Noel. Noel was made somewhat uneasy by the intentness ofthe negro's inspection. Apparently satisfied by what he had discovered in his own way, Long Johnsaid, "Yas, suh!
John Reese is the alias of a former member of the . Army Special Forces and CIA National Clandestine Service (NCS) Special Activities Division (SAD) officer who works with Harold Finch to stop future crimes using numbers generated by the Machine.
John Reese is the alias of a former member of the . His real last name is unknown, but military records indicate that John is his real first name.