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Bitter Roots: A Novel by John L. Moore
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Bitter Roots: A Novel

by John L. Moore

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0840767595, Hardcover)

The powerful story of the McColley family unfolds against the majestic backdrop of Montana's beautiful Big Sky country, as the sins of a father are visited on his wayward sons. Like Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove, this tale combines intense storytelling drama with a forceful theme of a family healing against incredible odds.

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The McColley men, rugged individualists who know what they want and go after it, love the land, but have no need for God or religion. Their grandfather taught them that only women and weaklings need religion, but that is about to change ...

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