Lawless

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Jan 15, 1986 - Fiction
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The Kent Family Chronicles continue as Jeremiah Kent becomes an infamous shootist in the Wild West--bringing him closer to a destiny that will end in bloodshed. Includes a new Introduction by Jakes. Reissue.

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Review: The Lawless (Kent Family Chronicles #7)

User Review  - Jim Moffett - Goodreads

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Review: The Lawless (Kent Family Chronicles #7)

User Review  - Tara Hall - Goodreads

I read books 2-7 of this series in the last weeks of Feb 2013. While I liked the continuation of the family name through each generation, I could have done without every single important female of the ... Read full review

Contents

A Dogs Profession
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Chapter n The Prussian
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Dollys Secret
72
Copyright

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John Jakes was born in Chicago in 1932. He studied acting at Northwestern University, where he began writing professionally during his freshman year. Later he enrolled in a creative writing program at DePauw University and received a master's degree in American literature from Ohio State University. Early in his career Jakes wrote copy for a pharmaceutical company and various ad agencies, and authored dozens of short stories encompassing western, mystery and science fiction themes. In March 1973, Jakes commenced work on The Kent Family Chronicles, a multi-volume set portraying American history through the lives of a fictional family. Later works include North and South (1982), California Gold (1989), Homeland (1993), and American Dreams. Six of his major novels have been filmed as television miniseries, and North and South remains one of the highest rated miniseries in the history of television. Jakes is actively involved in the adaptation of North and South for the Broadway stage. John Jakes has been hailed as the godfather of the historical novel, and America's history teacher.

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