Digger's Moon : In the Indian Territory of 1875Dying was Easy - Living was Hard. Life was a Cheap Commodity on the Border.
""Digger's Moon is a dramatic, gritty and realistic look at life and death in the Indian Territory. Set in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where Federal Judge Isaac C. Parker and his 200 U.S. Deputy Marshals struggled to bring justice to the chaos of the Western frontier, ""Digger's Moon recalls life in a place often called ""Hell on the Border."" It was a place where life was cheap, and living was hard. Violence convulsed everyday life, and revenge was the law of the land. ""Digger's Moon is the story of brutality born of lawlessness, and Parker's hard-fought brand of justice, a captivating tale of precarious friendships and redemptive love. Painstakingly researched for historical accuracy and masterfully written in the tradition of old- fashioned, campfire story telling, ""Digger's Moon will sweep you into the adventures of unforgettable characters, page after page. And when you're finished the last page, this story will stay with you from first-light to twilight, through the light of a digger's moon, until you pick it back up and fall once again under its spell.
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October 29, 2003
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