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Wagons West: California

by Dana Fuller Ross

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Title:Wagons West: California
Authors:Dana Fuller Ross
Info:Pinnacle (2010), Edition: Reissue, Paperback, 375 pages
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Rating:****
Tags:Fiction-Western

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Better than Texas.

The characters seem a little better written in this one, but the inconsistencies still drive me crazy, like calling Whip an "old" man when he's only about ten years older then the first book, when he's in his early 20's. He's young enough to have a second child, but yet he's constantly described as feeble and old - yet he can still do miraculous things! ( )
  anastaciaknits | Oct 29, 2016 |
One of a batch of this series which I recently bought cheap but have not yet read
  antiquary | Jul 16, 2013 |
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Violence ignoted by the gliitter of gold. Men desperate to strike it rich. Families and farms forsaken in a wild rush West to stake a claim. String men and courageous women struggle across an untamed continent to gamble their last dollar in overnight boom towns or die bushwacked by outlaws. Some become valiant fighters in places where six-shooters keep the peace. No risk is too great, no depravity too low--when men catch gold fever and dream of quick millions, string whiskey and wanton women.… (more)

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