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Raised by Crow Indians. Enlisted by the US Army. Legendary scout Cody Hunter returns to the mountains where he lost his family - and makes a shocking discovery that will change his life forever . . .. THIS WOLF HUNTS ALONE. His Crow name was Crazy Wolf. Orphaned after losing his family in an Indian attack, young Cody Hunter found a loving home among the Crow people - and learned the ancient ways of the Crow trackers. His well-honed skills earned him a place in the U.S. Army as a valued scout. But now, after fifteen years of living his life as Crazy Wolf, Cody is ready to face his painful past. He will return to the place that still gives him nightmares - and where the dreams of his father ended in bloodshed . . . High in the mountains of Montana, Cody finds a stone memorial erected by the survivors of the families slaughtered there.

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Charles G. West

Charles G. West, author of historical/westerns, arrived on the western literary scene in March, 1998 with a novel entitled STONE HAND. Since then West has written forty-five western novels, published by The Penguin Group under their Signet imprint. Kensington under their Pinnacle imprint published four more, beginning with the Spur Award winner, HELL HATH NO FURY. STONE HAND was not the author's first published book. That distinction goes to a medical thriller entitled THE TENANT.West's love affair with the Big Sky Country began when he was a child, reading the works of authors like A.B. Guthrie and Vardis Fisher. When finally given the opportunity to write his own version of the Great American Western, he strived to write with honesty about the hardships and dangers faced by the men and women who forged our western frontier. To remain true to this resolve, a great deal of time must be invested in research of people, places, and events. Protagonists are often called upon to perform heroically, but the author insists they must be believable.West currently lives in Ocala, FL with his wife, portrait artist, Ronda West, whose name is found on the dedication page of every West novel.

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