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The Law and Miss Hardisson

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Crazy Creek, Oregon, had never seen a lady lawyer before, much less one like Irene Hardisson--and neither had Clayton Black, Texas Ranger. In fact, it had been over a year since he'd caught the scent of anything sweeter than gun powder. He was on the trail of a killer, and it had suited him just fine--until now....

Fortunately, the lady liked games, and after a few hands of
ebook, 288 pages
Published April 15th 2014 by Harlequin Historical Undone (first published January 1st 2000)
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Lynna Banning makes 1883 Oregon a great place to be.. one of the best things about the town of Crazy Creek is Irene Hardisson, a lady lawyer! She is smart, feisty and enjoys poker. The story of Clayton Black's pursuit of the slimy Fortier was exciting and dangerous.. like I said, LB makes 1883 a great place to be.
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I didn't mind this one. Easy to read and entertaining enough. A good break book between some heavier ones, or while sun bathing this summer.
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I was born in Oregon and raised in northern California. While growing up I listened to my grandparents' and my mother's stories about life on the ranch they owned in Douglas County, some miles east of Roseburg.

Later (after I retired from work as a professional editor for an aerospace firm) I began writing fiction based on these stories... my first book was "Western Rose," which is based on the unu
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