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Brazen
Leisure, Jun 2004, 6.99, 384 pp. ISBN: 0843951567 In 1879 Michael Donovan comes home to Hard Luck, Texas to find his father Frank crippled from an ambush. His first thought is that the Turners did this as the families have argued for years. Jack Turner knows he is dying, but death does not frighten him. What does worry Jack is that his beloved daughter Casey is safe, but with bank loans due on the family property Jack knows he must take extr...
Eden
Leisure, Dec 2001, 5.99, 392 pp. ISBN: 0843949422 In 1863 upriver from New Orleans, disguised as workers Eden LeGrand and other rebels capture the Bayou Belle steamship filled with Union armament. Among the prisoners is Lieutenant Braden Matthews, who is shot when he heroically but perhaps stupidly tries to stop the seizure. In St. Louis Union Secret Service Agent Logan Matthews learns about the fate of his sibling from his superior. ...
Forever Autumn
Leisure, Jan 2003, 6.99 ISBN: 0843950870 Autumn Thomas is stunned when she learns that she just inherited a ranch from her father, a person she thought died years ago. Deciding to learn more about her patriarchal roots and to see what was bequeathed to her, she and her fiancÚ journey to Sagebrush, Texas. Sheriff Cord Randolph's quest is catch the Martin gang who killed his best friend. He feels euphoric when he arrests a gang member, Grace Th...
Hunter's Moon
Leisure, Jul 2003, 6.99, 369 pp. ISBN: 0843951559 In 1870 on the Half Moon Ranch in Texas Hill Country, Brent Hunter heard shots. He raced home to find his drunken father Jack holding a gun while his mother lies dead. The three older males, Brent and his two brothers Quince and Matt, hide their loss behind stoic faces. The youngest child, their sister Abby was hysterical. Jack is convicted of the homicide. Brent plans to make a go of the ran...

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Lone Warrior
Leisure, Jul 2002, 6.99, 358 pp. ISBN: 0843950285 In the late 1870s at a Texas way station, Chief Ten Crow leads a band of Comanches on a raid that results in the death of Marissa Williams' traveling companion Louise Bennett. When Ten Crow notices Marissa he recognizes her as the woman in his visions. With everyone else left dead, the Comanche ride off with Marissa as a captive. Ten Crow believes Marissa is an augur of peace and gives her to...