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by Honore Willsie

  • ISBN: 140658276X
  • Author: Honore Willsie
  • ePub ver: 1184 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 316
  • Publisher: Dodo Press (November 23, 2007)
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  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
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Honore Willsie Morrow, nee McCue (1880- 1940), also known as Honore Willsie was an American author who wrote The Heart of the Desert: Kut-Le of the Desert (1913), Still Jim . Judith of the Godless Valley (Dodo Press).

Honore Willsie Morrow, nee McCue (1880- 1940), also known as Honore Willsie was an American author who wrote The Heart of the Desert: Kut-Le of the Desert (1913), Still Jim (1915), Lydia of the Pines (1917), Benefits Forgot: A Story of Lincoln and Mother Love (1917), The Forbidden Trail (1919), The Enchanted Canyon (1921), Judith of the Godless Valley (1922), The Exile of the Larriat (1923), The Devonshers (1924), The Lost Speech of Abraham Lincoln (1925), We Must March (1925), On to Oregon (1926), Forever Free (1927), The Father of Little Women (1927), Mary Todd.

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Start by marking Judith of the Godless Valley as Want to Read . She divorced Willsie in 1922 and remarried a year later to William Morrow, a publisher, who died in 1 Born in Ottumwa, Iowa in 1880, Morrow went on to graduate with a history degree from the University of Wisconsin.

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Judith put her slender, muscular hand on Doug's, swallowed hard once or twice, but said nothing. Then the tense moment past, she asked, "Honest, Doug, don't you think that was kind of a smart stunt of mine?" "I certainly do," with heart-felt conviction. But I want you to promise me one thing. That you won't run any more cattle. Will you, Jude?" "I'll promise you, if you'll promise me," returned Judith promptly. Finally he said aloud, "I wish there was somebody a fellow could talk to that knows things. I wish my grandfather Douglas was alive.

Honore Willsie Morrow, nee McCue (1880- 1940), also known as Honore .

JUDITH OF THE GODLESS VALLEY. Author of "The Enchanted Canyon," "The Forbidden Trail," "Still Jim," "The Heart of the Desert," etc. NEW YORK FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY PUBLISHERS. Printed in the United States of America. JUDITH OF THE GODLESS VALLEY.

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Douglas did not see the beauty of the valley, but as, far below, he saw Judith trot up to the Day's corral, he was smitten suddenly by his sense of loneliness. Too bad of Jude, he thought, always to be flying off at a tangent like that! A guy couldn't offer the least criticism of her fool horse, that she didn't lose her temper. Douglas, exclaimed Judith suddenly, if I thought when I got married, my husband would treat me like Dad does Mother, I'd never get married. Getting married in real life isn't a bit like the books show it. Douglas grunted.

by Honoré Willsie Morrow. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.

Honoré Willsie Morrow, nee McCue (1880- 1940), also known as Honoré Willsie was an American author who wrote The Heart of the Desert: Kut-Le of the Desert (1913), Still Jim (1915), Lydia of the Pines (1917), Benefits Forgot: A Story of Lincoln and Mother Love (1917), The Forbidden Trail (1919), The Enchanted Canyon (1921), Judith of the Godless Valley (1922), The Exile of the Larriat (1923), The Devonshers (1924), The Lost Speech of Abraham Lincoln (1925), We Must March (1925), On to Oregon (1926), Forever Free (1927), The Father of Little Women (1927), Mary Todd Lincoln (1928), With Malice Toward None (1928), The Splendor of God (1929), Tiger! Tiger! (1930), The Last Full Measure (1930), Black Daniel (1931), and Demon Daughter (1939).

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