Paperback - 2001
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Some things should remain forgotten...Truman Jackson and his family are successful ranchers, and are a pillar in the frontier community of Cottonwood, Utah. There is no one Jackson wouldn't lend a hand to, and no one who wouldnrsquo;t consider him a friend.But no one in Cottonwood knows much about the Jacksons. When asked about their past, they give vague and shadowy answers, and no one is able to find out where they came from, or what they did.Because Truman Jackson and his wife Gracie have been hiding their outlaw roots--and their criminal deeds--for the past seventeen years. To become whole once again, Truman is ready to confess his sins--even if it turns his family, friends, and an entire town against himhellip;
Publisher: New York : New American Library, c2001.
ISBN: 9780451202383
Characteristics: 298 pages ;,18 cm.


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