Lee Davis Willoughby


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    A STOLEN CONFEDERATE SWORD: CLUE IN THE SINISTER PLOT TO KILL PRESIDENT LINCOLN... On April 11, 1865, young Capt. Stephen Bedford, late of the Confederate Army, meets and falls in love with a beautiful Unionist from Boston, Becky Windfield. On th...

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    TEXAS, 1870: THE LAW OF THE GUN The new land of Texas in the 1870's was full of promise - and full of danger. Marauding bands of Commanches pillaged, raped and murdered. Cattle thieves from both sides of the border ran off ranchers' stock by the...

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    HE WAS A PENNILESS OUTSIDER IN THE BLOODY ARENA OF THE ROBBER BARONS AND THEIR DAUGHTERS Tall, intense Clay Monroe, long isolated from his family, a dynasty of lumber merchants, was suddenly called home from abroad. Why did multi-millionaire spec...

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    Thirty-ninth in the bestselling series: THE MAKING OF AMERICA. A handsome young Mormon and a spirited, high-born girl from St. Louis--swept up in a storm of passion and persecution on their way to the promised land in the West....

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    Two powerful men locked in a primal struggle for power and the fairest prize in the West. They were slavers and smugglers, rogues and rebels, madmen and murderers - and only the strongest survived. Jean LeClair was a dangerous man, a convicted mu...

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    BRAVE MEN, WHITE WATER, DARK DEEDS Fort Jamison, 1841: To this farthest outpost of civilization on the Saskatchewan River came young red-headed Allan MacInnes, in search of a long-lost mystery girl. To survive, he was forced to learn the art and...

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    THE PASSION, THE PROMISE -- AND THE PERIL Lovely spirited Beth Lowell scorned New York high society when in 1846, she jilted a fabulously wealthy bachelor in favor of one Michael Porter, a charming adventurer bound for the wilderness of Californ...

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    In 1855, the headlines screamed: "American Agents Foment War in Central America" Thornton McClintock and Harry Drayberry, two footloose young Tennesseans headed for California, to, found themselves in the midst of someone else's shooting war. At ...

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    When Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox Courthouse, the Civil War ended. But the sorrow/and agony had only begun as the prostrate South reaped the bitter harvest of the war between the brothers...The gently-bred Laniers of Tennessee find themselv...

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    My Love, My Enemy In the Vieux Carre of old New Orleans, bastion of the proud Creole aristocracy, an ancient prophecy haunts the lives of bold Guy La Branche and his headstrong sister, Madelaine: "The stars will fall from the sky before a La Branc...

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    Women Who Won the West - 3

    Some light spine creasing and edge wear. Initials on inside front cover page and inside page. Slight moisture damage on corner, first 100 pages. Intact and no marks other than stated. Ships very quickly and packaged carefully!...

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    Women Who Won the West - 2

    NO PLACE FOR A LADY -- OR A LAWMAN Dodge City in 1878, crowned "Quenn of the Cowtowns", had become the main trailhead for the great cattle drives from Texas and all the Southwest. The sudden influx of longhorns, silver dollars and drunken cowbo...

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    Women Who Won the West - 1

    The Devil, Wyatt Earp and the girl they called THE TEMPEST OF TOMBSTONE Sally Sewell was stranded in Tombstone, a wide-eyed slip of a girl, barely out of school, abandoned by a ragtag troupe of touring players. Rescued--and seduced--by the most powe...

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    ON THEIR JOURNEY INTO DESTINY THERE WERE HEROES, HEROINES -- AND BREAKERS OF THE LAST TABOO... From the moment in 1846 when the Donner-Reed wagon train set out from Springfield, Illinois, the men, women and children of the party suffered from a ...

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    Fierce and reckless men, Proud and passionate women-- These were The Boomers In the year1853, in primal Washington Territory, two pioneer logging camps were carved out of the remote and trackless wilderness. There, men and women alike were caugh...

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    SINNERS IN PARADISE In the turbulent years of the nineteenth century, men and women came to Hawaii as settlers from mainland America, some bringing Bibles, some bringing bullets. They found an exotic world, ripe for salvation--and ravishment. ...

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    THEY WERE THE FRONTIER HEALERS In the chaos that followed the Civil War, a turbulent tide of men and women surged across the Mississippi to escape the unspeakable horrors of a broken and humiliated South. Some chose to cast their lot in the sprawl...

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    FLESH ON FIRE - WITH PRIDE AND PASSION On both sides of the border in the 1840's, there were proud, passionate men and women willing to sacrifice their bodies and their souls for the things they believed in. Among these bold, often reckless peopl...

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    "BURN OUT THE HOMESTEADERS..." That ws the cry of certain "law-abiding" cattlemen, as homesteaders crowded into the Nebraska frontier, urged on by the Homestead Act of 1862. It was the cry of the nightriders around Pittsburgh Landing one from n...

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    LORD OF THE LANDGRABBERS Before the gunsmoke of the Civil War had settled, when the Government threw open vast wilderness lands for homesteading, a small cabal of powerful and selfish men saw a way to riches beyond avarice. By trickery, violence ...

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    1981

    PASSIONS AS LARGE AS THE LAND THEY COVETED - THESE WERE THE RANCHERS PARKER was a man dogged by a secret out of his past, left to protect the vast range of a dead cattle baron - almost singlehandedly... GOODPASTURE, hard-edged and handsome - a...

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    1981

    How often have you rushed home because you've forgotten something? We all know that feeling. But what if that something is a person and what if it is the very past itself that we try to go back for? How can we possibly recapture it? Afloat on her hom...

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    COULD THEY CONQUER THE WILD WESTERN COLOSSUS? The land was as rich and diverse as the people who came there seeking a new life - and fraught with peril. To this vast territory on the shores of the Pacific, soon to be known as The Golden State, ca...

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    They came to conquer the vast, open spaces, to brand their rough-hewn honor on a hard and lawless land. JASON BRISCOE, Custer's Comanche scout, drove his longhorns north on the dangerous trail to Abilene, determined to forge an empire and a dynast...

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