The Prairie Bride; or, the Squatter's Triumph: A Reprint of the Classic Beadle Dime Novel

The Prairie Bride; or, the Squatter's Triumph: A Reprint of the Classic Beadle Dime Novel

by Chris Enss, Mrs. Henry J. Thomas
     
 

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A fight breaks out over a claim in this action-filled homesteading story. The hardships of covered wagon life, the danger of the prairie fire, and the romance of the young bride's new home made this a best-seller in 1869. One of the things that made dime novels so popular was the lurid cover art. These scandalous imaged caught the attention of readers and, indeed,

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A fight breaks out over a claim in this action-filled homesteading story. The hardships of covered wagon life, the danger of the prairie fire, and the romance of the young bride's new home made this a best-seller in 1869. One of the things that made dime novels so popular was the lurid cover art. These scandalous imaged caught the attention of readers and, indeed, the ellicit nature of the stories was most appealing. Publishers capitalized on the interests of young female readers, especially, bringing tales of strong, willful heroines to life between the cheap paper covers of these books.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780762740833
Publisher:
TwoDot
Publication date:
07/01/2006
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
112
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.31(d)

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Meet the Author

Mrs. Henry J. Thomas was the most mysterious writer to ever work for the House of Beadle. In fact, we don't even know her true name; she wrote under the names Mr. Henry Thomas and Mrs. Henry Thomas. In addition to being a popular author, she was also a prostitute.

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