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Inhaltsangabe: Political intrigue sets the stage for the War with Mexico. The last thing an army officer needs on a secret assignment is a nosy civilian, especially a woman with troubles of her own. A merchant's daughter aids an army officer in smuggling arms during the Texas Revolution.
About the Author:
Rosalie More has always been a writer. She completed her first full-length historical novel before graduating from high school and another while earning a B.A. degree at college. Even while she taught grade school and later operated an art gallery, she continued to write sagas about independent women and courageous men of the old West.
She grew up reading and cherishing books by Zane Grey, and was thrilled when she had a chance to meet his son, Romer Grey. When he discovered that she wrote westerns, he asked to read them. He was so impressed that he offered to help her market them as her agent. Unfortunately, his health failed and he died before being able to fulfill his promise. The memory of his support and encouragement stayed with her, however, and she never gave up her dream of publishing her stories and sharing them with others. Today she wonders what Zane Grey and his son Romer would think about the high-tech world of electronic publishing and print-on-demand.
Rosalie is a Golden Network Alumnus of the Romance Writers of America® and a founding member of a local writing group, Rogue Writers Ink.
In 1998, Rosalie's historical novel ALLEGIANCE made her a Golden Heart finalist in a contest sponsored by the Romance Writers of America®. The following year, the novel was published and became a finalist for the EPIC 2000 Award. She designed her own book cover art and did the same for other authors, as well. One of her book covers won the Spectrum 2000 Award in a contest sponsored by the Electronically Published Internet Connection [EPIC].
Her writing has been further influenced by Paul Wells and Larry McMurtry.
Buchbeschreibung AmErica House, 2001. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Buchnummer des Verkäufers DADAX1588515451