DANA FULLER ROSS
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Dana Fuller Ross, a pseudonym for Noel B. Gerson (who also used the pseudonym, Donald Clayton Porter, and many more)
Dana Fuller Ross, also a pseudonym for James M. Reasoner (the Frontier Series.)
INDEPENDENCE! - Volume I; NEBRASKA! - Volume II;
- Volume III; OREGON! - Volume IV; TEXAS! - Volume V; CALIFORNIA!
- Volume VI; COLORADO! - Volume VII;
NEVADA! - Volume VIII;
WASHINGTON! - Volume IX; MONTANA! - Volume X; DAKOTA!
- Volume XI; UTAH! - Volume XII; IDAHO! - Volume XIII; MISSOURI!
- Volume XIV; MISSISSIPPI! - Volume XV;
LOUISIANA! - Volume
XVI; TENNESSEE! - Volume XVII; ILLINOIS! - Volume XVIII;
WISCONSIN! - Volume XIX; KENTUCKY! - Volume XX; ARIZONA!
- Volume XXI; NEW MEXICO! - Volume XXII; OKLAHOMA! - Volume
XXIII; CELEBRATION! - Volume XXIV.
The Holts: An American Dynasty
OREGON LEGACY - Volume One; OKLAHOMA PRIDE - Volume
Two; CAROLINA COURAGE - Volume Three; CALIFORNIA GLORY -
Volume Four; HAWAII HERITAGE - Volume Five; SIERRA TRIUMPH
- Volume Six; YUKON JUSTICE - Volume Seven; PACIFIC DESTINY
- Volume Eight; HOMECOMING - Volume Nine; AWAKENING - Volume Ten
Wagons West: The Frontier Trilogy
This trilogy tells the early story of the Holts, men and women living through the most rugged era of American exploration, following the wide Missouri, crossing the high Rockies, and fighting for the future they claimed as theirs.
WESTWARD! - Volume One
"In the fertile Ohio Valley, the brothers Clay and Jefferson strike out for a new territory of fierce violence and breathtaking wonders. The Holts will need all their fighting prowess to stay alive... and to found the pioneer family that will become an American Legend."
EXPEDITION! - Volume Two
"In the heart of this majestic land, Clay and his Sioux wife lead a perilous expedition up the Yellowstone River while Jeff heads back east on a treacherous quest. With courage and spirit, the intrepid Holts fight to shape the destiny of a nation and to build an American dynasty."
OUTPOST! - Volume Three
"Clay heads to Canada to bring a longtime enemy to justice, while far-off North Carolina, Jeff is stalked by a ruthless killer determined to destroy his family. As war cries fill the air, the Holts must fight once more for their home and the dynasty that will live forever in the pages of history."
Wagons West: The Empire Trilogy
"As the first book of the trilogy opens, it is early spring in 1811 and the Holt family is getting together for a reunion at the family homestead near Marietta, Ohio. Among the family members gathered for the joyous occasion are frontiersman Clay Holt, who has come all the way from the Rocky Mountains with his Teton Sioux wife and their young ward; and Jefferson Holt, Clay's brother, who has come from Wilmington, North Carolina with his wife and son. The festivities are interrupted, however, when Clay receives a letter signed by Merriwether Lewis informing him that he has been awarded a land grant in return for his services on the Lewis and Clark expedition several years earlier. Aware that Lewis, his former captain on the expedition to the Pacific, has recently died under mysterious circumstances, Clay finally decides to travel to Washington to investigate the matter. Upon arrival, both Clay and Jeff are approached by none other than President Thomas Jefferson, who enlists their aid in uncovering a conspiracy to illegally acquire land in the western territories. Jefferson believes that Merriwether Lewis had discovered such a scheme and was murdered for it. Soon, Clay and Jeff find themselves at the heart of a deadly quest that separates them from their families and leads them from the manors of Virginia to a fateful steamboat voyage down the Mississippi."
The Yankee Books
The back cover reads, "Privateer Jeremy Morgan was
born to break the rules, destined to seek his fortune in a savage land.
As secret agent for Revolutionary America, he embarked for Constantinople
to serve as guardian to the royal spitfire, Khana Tule Yasmin, vital link
to a Byzantine plot. ; ; ; ; More dangerous
than his mission were the wiles of Tule Yasmin, who vowed to have Jeremy
on her own terms - or see him dead. But it was Mary Ellis, her English
slave, whose beauty possessed Jeremy's heart. For her sake he would defy
the stunning descendant of Ghengis Khan and challenge the Mongol hordes,
determined to prove his love and win honor for his country on treacherous
The back cover reads, "A legendary swordsman and lover,
born to a life of chance and adventure, Lt. Jared Hale of the Royal Dragoons
could never have foreseen his unlikely fate. A duel with the wrong man
led to Newgate Prison... and to the ravishing Caroline Murtagh, who would
bring him - her indentured servant - to America's untamed shores.
found freedom only in battle, leading a ragtag colonial militia into war
against the French and Indians in the bloody Quebec campaign. Jared Hale
was a hero - yet still a slave. He was bound to a temptress whose savage
mercies drove him wild with desire and rage...a woman whose arrogant beauty
would prove the greatest challenge of all...."
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