Judith of Blue Lake Ranch (1919)
Bud Lee, horse foreman of the Blue Lake Ranch, was even more serious than usual when the telegram arrived. It seemed that even though the Blue Lake Ranch was a million-dollar outfit, it was short of cash.
Worse, the men were now reporting to a woman they referred to as the "girl". Every two weeks she was demanding a report, eternally butting in and making suggestions. Bud Lee resolved to see just what he could do about that little woman and her big ideas.
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About the Author
American writer Jackson Gregory (1882-1943) was a teacher and journalist who settled in California. Jackson became a prolific writer of western and detective stories. Several of his stories were the basis of Hollywood films including The Man from Painted Post.
Other Books by Jackson Gregory include:
Under Handicap: A Novel (1914)
The Short Cut (1916)
Wolf Breed (1916)
Six Feet Four (1918)