Treasure Mountain

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How do you bring a million dollars of gold down a mountain?

First you have to find it, then you have to get it down. The Sackett brothers take a twenty year old trail that proves mighty hard to track … especially with a bunch of other folks also on your back looking for the same pot of gold at the end of your rainbow!

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How do you bring a million dollars in gold down a mountain? First you have to find it, and thats mighty hard when youre tracking a trail that's twenty years old. But the Sackett brothers were determined to find the treasure and to discover if their father, who blazed the trail long ago, was still alive. They just hoped that they were smarter than those New Orleans folks who wanted the gold -- and were willing to kill for it.
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Author Louis L'Amour
PublisherBantam Books
PlaceNew York
Year2001
ISBN076783003996
BindingPaperback
ConditionFair
CommentsYellowed pages; forward lean
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