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Dana Fuller Ross , Anne Marie Burgess Michael Burgess Nicholas Gorham Paul Lewis Leon Phillips Donald Clayton Porter Philip Vail and Carter A Vaughan He has written than 325 novels James Reasoner pictured is an American writer He is the author of than 150 books and many short stories in a career spanning than thirty years Reasoner has used at least nineteen pseudonyms, in addition to his own name Jim Austin Peter Danielson Terrance Duncan Tom Early Wesley Ellis Tabor Evans Jake Foster William Grant Matthew Hart Livia James Mike Jameson Justin Ladd Jake Logan Hank Mitchum Lee Morgan J.L Reasoner with his wife Dana Fuller Ross Adam Rutledge and Jon Sharpe Since most of Reasoner s books were written as part of various existing Western fiction series, many of his pseudonyms were publishing house names that may have been used by other authors who contributed to those series

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • California!
  • Dana Fuller Ross
  • 23 May 2017
  • 9780553263770

10 thoughts on “California!

  1. says:

    I m enjoying this whole series but this book struck me a little than the previous five I ve read so far Perhaps because some of this story was so unexpected as most of the story lines and happenings could be guessed beforehand andjarring I m not sure This whole series has story lines that are kind of predictable but I ve grown attached to the characters, old and the new ones that come forward and have decided to follow through til the end Also, I happen to be actually learning a little about history from the core pieces that the fictionalized story stems from.

  2. says:

    A very easy read, and a pleasant surprise What s it about Our characters from the continuing wagons west saga are contrived to converge on San Francisco during the gold rush Mayhem ensues The author of these stories isn t really a single person but a pseudonym for multiple people They do a good job continuing a long term saga.knowing just when to whack a main character or to bring in a new one This story, in particular, feels like it s tying up a few loose ends from its predecessor Texas , and preparing us anew for a new drama in the next book Colorado

  3. says:

    Like falling back into an old comfortable chair, the 6th book in the Wagons West series added new life to the series Several characters from the other books take center stage in telling mostly about the gold rush years with California becoming a state This, so far, has been the darkest of the series which is why I think I liked it better Just wish, as I always say, that these books didn t have such romance novel covers on them because they are so much

  4. says:

    Several familiar characters are back in this sixth book in the Wagons West series, where the action takes place mostly in San Francisco and the Sacramento Valley during the heydays of the gold rush Rick Miller is now the Sheriff in San Francisco, struggling to maintain law and order while on a private vendetta to capture two renegade rapists murderers after his wife Elisabeta falls victim to them in the opening of the book While we watched Rick and Elisabeta fall in love in the previous book, this time around he has become a detached hardened than he was already emotionless man He grieves for Elisabeta, but the grief never really comes off the pages to touch the reader.Danny and Heather Taylor decide to travel to California with Randy Gregg, to prospect for gold Their plan is to be smart and while trying their luck panning for gold, to also buy some land and harvest it, so that whatever happens they have the land to fall back on After being told by Melissa Austin that she will never marry him, Chet Harris also takes off for California and gets swept up with gold fever, and after striking it rich he lives a life of excess.Two new characters are also introduced Ralph Hamilton is an attorney who picks up and travels to California after being jilted by his fianc e He has no intention of trying to find gold, but he figures there will be a need for and attorneys as California s population grows and it is admitted to statehood Along the way he adopts an orphan, Isaiah.Melissa and her newest beau join up with the Taylors and the Greggs to make the journey, but as soon as they arrive Melissa discovers that everything her lover has told her is a lie when he sells her to a pimp Okay, I know they weren t called pimps in those days, but Big George runs a saloon with a stable of whores, and Melissa becomes his star attraction.The characters all have their own separate storylines that criss cross with each other s The writing is often clich d and somewhat mediocre, and none of the characters have any emotional depth whatsoever There are several deaths throughout the book, some quite violent, but since we don t really connect with any of the characters, we don t mourn those who die From what I learned when Googling information on the author, the books are pretty historically accurate At times, it s like reading a slightly dry history book than a novel And if you re interested in the time period, then that s ok.

  5. says:

    Sixth in the series This one was much better than the last few I had decided to stop reading them, glad I didn t.This book finds Lee and Cathy Blake at the Presidio in San Francisco They have their hands full with all the restless, lawless and hungry miners Melissa Austin becomes a prostitute in a busy saloon Heather and Danny Taylor have issues to work out in their marriage Chet Harris and his mining partner hit it big and become wealthy Whip Hold visits California from Oregon to try to convince Melissa to leave her lifestyle Rick Martin becomes Sheriff of Sacramento County.

  6. says:

    Noticed a few typos The plot was mostly pretty good and it was easy to keep track of the characters Can be read as a stand alone or as part of the series Some liberties were taken with the historical timeline.

  7. says:

    Better than Texas.The characters seem a little better written in this one, but the inconsistencies still drive me crazy, like calling Whip an old man when he s only about ten years older then the first book, when he s in his early 20 s He s young enough to have a second child, but yet he s constantly described as feeble and old yet he can still do miraculous things

  8. says:

    Life got busy and it took a while longer to finish this one I absolutely love how some of the original characters still tie in In the copy I bought this time there wasn t the chapter for the next book in the back

  9. says:

    This one was better than the last one, we got to know the characters better It upset me when one died I still read these mostly for the history Next is Colorado and I want to read it before my trip.

  10. says:

    I felt like this was the best of the series Enjoyed all of the story lines It is so funny how quickly the couples get married.

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