Shindaiwa Hedge Trimmer Parts
- REPLACES OEM: Shindaiwa: 20870-62102, 70872-62100, 70872-62101
- FITS MODELS: Shindaiwa HT230 and HT231, 1998 and newer, Red Engine models
- Blades: Single-sided
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Trail to Her Heart
Jessica Wellington flees her home to avoid marriage to a man she despises. After disguising herself as a boy to join a wagon train, she's soon discovered and must choose whether to be left behind or marry the man who'd sworn to protect her. Nathan Hawke keeps his eye on the mysterious young boy who joins their wagon train, but when he discovers she is a woman and wants a marriage of convenience, he thinks there is nothing convenient about it. Now, he must figure out how to keep his new bride safe on a trail filled with dangers, while staking his claim on her heart.
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Their lives were centuries apart. Their spirit was one and the same. Desmond De Leon grows up in the outskirts of 1980s San Francisco, avoiding gangs, dodging bullets and caring nothing about the petty politics of his troubled part of town. He’s far too fascinated with the bloodier and bolder history of San Francisco newspaper journalism based downtown. Once the epicenter of American journalism, it’s where the infamous newspaper tycoon Charles Sansome died with pistol in hand during an era when editorial disputes were resolved within 20 paces. As the headstrong, scrappy kid rises from San Francisco Call copy boy to reporter, he documents the deteriorating character and morals of his journalist mentors, along with the decline of the newspaper itself. Walking the same ghostly streets as...