I, Pearl Hart
First time in paperback from a two-time Spur Award winner is this historical drama about the first woman sent to the infamous Yuma Penitentiary. Based on Pearl Hart's memoirs, this story follows the "Bandit Queen" from her home in Toledo, Ohio, to the boom camps of the Arizona Territory to her hard scrabble life as an outlaw.
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