Bounty Hunter's Daughter: A Western Story

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Five Star, 1998 - Fiction - 248 pages
2 Reviews
Twenty-year-old Delphinia Estes has spent all her life on the Estes homestead in Arizona Territory. Her father, a bounty hunter, is resented by lawmen, frowned on by many people, and hated by outlaws with a price on their heads. Her father's latest pursuit of a gang of train robbers results in the death of both her parents, leaving Delphinia on her own. What follows is a story of unconventional situations and riveting characters, as Delphinia fights for survival on the Western frontier. *First Edition Western

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User Review  - Richard Lapidus - Goodreads

This story has a strong female character up against the bad guys who killed her father. I am a major fan of Mrs. de la Garza. If you grew up in the golden age of television where westerns were king, you will love this book, and the others from this author. Read full review

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User Review  - Jessi - Goodreads

This book had a really good story and was simple to read. I would have liked for the characters to have a little more complexity, but I enjoyed this book the whole way through. Read full review


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