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040    YDX|beng|cYDX|dBDX|dILC|dOCLCO 
099    Gertcher, F  
100    Gertcher, Frank L.,|eauthor 
245 04 The dark cabin murders /|cFrank L. Gertcher 
264  1 Terre Haute, Indiana |bWind Grass Hill Books,|c2018 
300    318 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
500    "A Wind Grass Hill novel"--Cover 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
520    "A few months after their arrival in Maryville, Indiana in
       the spring of 1841, John Edwin and Maude Worthington and 
       their son Thomas con pious old Adam Gibson out of the 
       title to a dark cabin near the Devil's Dell. Emboldened by
       their success, the elder Worthingtons try to swindle the 
       newly arrived and obviously wealthy John Murrow out of his
       money. Unknown to the Worthingtons, Black John is a slave 
       trader, thief and murderer, and he is on the run from the 
       law. The Worthingtons lure Murrow to the cabin. He never 
       returns to Maryville. Reverend Jeremiah Harmon and his 
       young son son James note the disappearance of Murrow. Over
       the next few years, they observe the rise to affluence of 
       the Worthingtons. They suspect foul play, but have no 
       proof."--Page 4 of cover 
650  0 Good and evil|vFiction 
650  0 Murder|vFiction 
650  0 Paranormal fiction 
651  0 Indiana|xHistory|yCivil War, 1861-1865|vFiction 
910    cpc 
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