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Fiction
Author: L. Layman
ISBN: 0595322646
Subcategory: Action & Adventure
Pages 140 pages
Publisher iUniverse, Inc. (June 24, 2004)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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eBook Buck Moline: An L.L. Layman western download

by L. Layman


L. L. Layman is a Peoria, I. police officer and farmer who says he was born a century too late. For more on him and his series of Western novels, go to ww. llayman.

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Books from the extended shelves: Western layman: The serpent uncoiled ; or, A full length picture of Universalism, (Philadelphia : American Baptist Publication Society, 1846), also by John Mason Peck (page images at HathiTrust).

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Jake Douglas Layman (born March 7, 1994) is an American professional basketball player for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He completed his college career for the University of Maryland while earning a bachelor's degree in American Studies. Born in Norwood, Massachusetts, Layman was considered a "late bloomer" at King Philip Regional High School and didn't even start for his AAU team.

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This is the astounding story of HMS Wager, driven ashore in foul weather onto the inhospitable coast of Patagonian Chile in 1741. Shipwreck was followed by murder, starvation, mutiny, and the fearful ordeal of 36 survivors out of about 140 men. Some were enslaved, some defected; many drowned. The captain shot one of his officers. There was an epic openboat voyage of 3000 miles through the world’s most hostile seas, probably the greatest castaway voyage in the annals of the sea, and the least known. Midshipman Byron, the grandfather of the poet, was prominent among the survivors.

You don't shoot five people, kill four, blind one and beat yet another without someone coming to look for you. It just doesn't happen, yet I did not know what type of pursuit there would be nor by whom. Certainly the US Army was coming, but it was one of its soldiers who started the whole shebang. The Sheriff at this point couldn't see his way clear to head up a posse. Taylor was a bit broken up over the whole affair. Irrespective someone would be looking. There were no doubt warrants for my arrest. Wary we rode.