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Alligator Gold
     

Alligator Gold

by Janet Post
 

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Cracker Westerns are rip-roarin’, action-packed, can’t-put-’em-down tales set in the frontier days of Florida. They are full of adventure, real heroes, and vivid, authentic details that bring Florida’s history to life. With enough shoot-outs and stampedes for any good Western story, Alligator Gold adds its unique Florida twist with an

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Cracker Westerns are rip-roarin’, action-packed, can’t-put-’em-down tales set in the frontier days of Florida. They are full of adventure, real heroes, and vivid, authentic details that bring Florida’s history to life. With enough shoot-outs and stampedes for any good Western story, Alligator Gold adds its unique Florida twist with an alligator in a deep blue spring.

The Civil War is over and Caleb Hawkins is finally on his way home from a Northern prisoner-of-war camp. Hawk’s been trying to get his mind off giving the rotten Snake Barber part of the secret to finding his family’s hidden cache of gold when he was delirious with malaria at the camp. Now he’s focused on getting back to the D-Wing, his Florida cattle ranch, and Travis, his only son. But his code of honor intervenes when he encounters a very pregnant Madelaine Wilkes along the trail. Hawk is duty-bound to help her, which comes to include taking her home with him. What he learns about the father of her baby tarnishes his clear attraction to her. Maddy Wilkes has her own code of honor, which gets in the way of her strong attraction to Hawk. And Snake Barber’s singular lack of moral code gets in the way of any normal life on the D-Wing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781561644476
Publisher:
Pineapple Press, Inc.
Publication date:
08/01/2009
Series:
Cracker Western Series
Pages:
313
Sales rank:
893,834
Product dimensions:
4.90(w) x 6.90(h) x 0.90(d)

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Meet the Author

Janet Post has been a reporter and photographer for several north Florida newspapers, garnering multiple Florida Press Awards for agricultural and sports stories. She lives on a Suwannee County ranch with her husband, who makes his living shoeing horses and cowboying. Around their place, everything is counted by the head. They have thirty head of cattle, two head of horses, four head of dogs, ten head of chickens, two head of cats, and eight head of grandchildren.

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