6 edition of No Life for a Lady (Women of the West) found in the catalog.
August 1, 1977
by Bison Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||356|
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Little Tex. out of 5 stars Top entertainment. Reviewed in Cited by: This is the book I'm reading not No Place for a Lady. I clicked on the wrong book. This, so far, is a fascinating read.
It started to bog down for me - mostly vignettes about life in the west style, so I've loaned it to Larry to read while I indulge in some mysteries and one I borrowed from L's son-in-law.
I'll finish this book later/5. No LIfe for a Lady Ap I want to thank all the new members to this page especially Linda Loos who read the book and recommended it to a lot of her ers: Get this from a library. No life for a lady. [Agnes Morley Cleaveland; Edward Borein] -- Contains the author's reminiscences of her life on a cattle ranch.
A hairraising and spine-tingling narrative of history on the American frontier. Cleaveland, Agnes Morley. NO LIFE FOR A LADY. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, c 5th printing.
end page maps, black and white illustrations Edward Borein. uncreased spine, fine. It place in the time of Regency England and shows the hardships of that period like life in the rooker "No Place for a Lady" by Jade Lee is book 1 in the theme-linked series "The Regency Rags to Riches" where a poor soul (Rags) is taken up and finds itself back in polite society (Riches)/5(64).
No Place for a Lady, however, had me turning the pages - racing to the end to see what happened. This story of two sisters caught up in the war was full of historical detail.
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When Agnes Morley Cleaveland was born on a New Mexico cattle ranch inthe term "Wild West" was a reality, not a clich. In those days cowboys didn't know they were picturesque.
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I absolutely fell in love with this novel. 'No Place for a Lady' tells the epic tale of two sisters, both feisty women in their different ways, who go to war in the Crimean from – The story centres around Dorothea and Lucy who live a well to do life in Victorian s: No Place for a Lady Devil's Bargain Almost an Angel she turned her attention to writing.
An author of more than 30 romance novels, she's decided that life can be full of joy without ever getting up from her chair. i bought this based on reviews. i don't get the great reviews. book not good at all. i stopped reading 50 pages in.
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