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The Happy Family Kindle Edition
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About The Author - American author Bertha Muzzy Bower (1904-1940) spent much of her early life in Chouteau County, Montana and later moved to California. She was the first woman to make a career of writing westerns and published almost 60 novels.
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Hope from California
20 May 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
5 people found this helpful.
This is sort of an old-fashioned book. It was delightful in its innocence and all the interesting stories about the cowboys. And although it concerns cowboys, it is more of a humerous book that can be read by anyone. Recommend it if you'd like some light and pleasant reading.
Bower is GREAT again.
2 February 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
The characters are fleshed out in ways Bower fans are accustomed to. The dialogue drives the story to a satisfying conclusion. A joy of a read!
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Happy Family - This is NOT about happy families!
13 February 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
Around 1900 Bower started to write about the wild west - and she was one of a few women writers that 'wrote like a man' and fooled most of her readers at the time. But she knew what she was writing about, and grew up in the west, listened to all the tales, and wrote with a passion about the life, the men, the women, and the harsh conditions of the time. Not afraid to write about the violent times she is one of the best western writers ever, that this book is one of her finest sagas of the Happy Family, and Pink - while not a macho name, don't let that fool you - this is one harsh story!