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Synopsis: He looked up to see her standing at his door !F rontispiece FACIWO PAOB Moreover, as to theL ittlest Girl, all Heart sD esire puffed out its chest 16 -4s he went out, he quietly hung up his six-shooter behind the door 88 11 The umpire decides that youve got to check your guns during the game 126 A voice which sang of a Face that was the Fairest, and of aD ark Blue Eye 186 At the end of it there was a woman with bowed head .164 And just whangs old Pinto over the head with it .. .to show him there ainH no coldness 1....
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About the Author: About The Author Emerson Hough (1857–1923) was an American author best known for writing western stories and historical novels. Hough was born in Newton, Iowa on June 28, 1857. He was in Newton High School's first graduating class of three in 1875. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1880 and later studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1882. His first article, "Far From The Madding Crowd," was published in Forest and Stream in 1882. He moved to White Oaks, New Mexico, practiced law there, and wrote for the White Oaks newspaper Golden Era for a year and a half, returning to Iowa when his mother was ill. He later wrote a novel, Story of the Outlaw, a study of the western desperado, which included profiles of Billy the Kid and Pat Garrett. Hough moved to New Mexico after Garrett shot Billy the Kid, and he became a friend of Garrett. He wrote for various newspapers in Des Moines, Iowa, Sandusky, Ohio, Chicago, Illinois, St. Louis, Missouri, and Wichita, Kansas. In 1889 he got a position as western editor of Forest and Stream, editing the "Chicago and the West" column. He was hired by George Bird Grinnell, the owner of Field and Stream, who founded the Audubon Society in 1886 which, along with Theodore Roosevelt's Boone and Crockett Club, was a leader in the conservation movement.
Title: Heart's Desire: The Story of a Contented ...
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Publication Date: 2012
Book Condition: New
Book Description Forgotten Books, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 410 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.93 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk145101208X
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