A Woman of Texas

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Doubleday, 1979 - Texas - 402 pages
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After finding his wife dead in New Orleans, Jason Rawlings, an English cavalryman, finds time to help a beautiful mulatto girl who had befriended his wife and then heads for Texas in search of the man who had sold his wife to a New Orleans procurer. His search leads him to the huge estate of an imperious Spanish/Texan, who distracts Rawlings from his purpose with her requests for his help in foiling the ruthless plans of a land-hungry neighbor.

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Section 1
26
Section 2
37
Section 3
47
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