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  • Hell’s Gate When thirty-five-year-old lawyer Hunter Lee decides to turn his back on the New York City rat race that has made him rich but cost him his marriage, he takes his brother’s advice and sets out to build a new life in the beautiful but isolated town of Fort Mason, Montana. However, escape is hardly ... Read Book
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