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The Redeemers (Moraghan #3)

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The Moraghans and the Dankers. Theirs was a brutal blood feud that set the dusty prairies of East Texas aflame with tragic violence. But Lena, a fiery auburn-haired beauty in the prime flush of womanhood, was fighting a more personal battle -- the cruel achings of an overwhelming yet forbidden love. So Lena escaped to the bawdy, lawless Texas frontier where a woman alone m ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published October 28th 1984 by Bantam Books (first published October 1984)
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Clayton Hartley Matthews was born in 24 October 1918. He started to write short stories in late 1950s, and then coming up with paperback novels, mostly in the erotic genre, in the early 1960s as Clayton Matthews. In a California's local writers' group, he met the gothic writer Patty Brisco. After his divorce, In 3 November 1972, he married Patty, and they lived near San Diego, California. His wife ...more
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