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Indian Summer

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by: Cynthia Macall
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: March 20, 2016
Book Size: 5.06" x 7.81"
Pages: 135
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
Set in Comstock Nevada, 1863, the story of a wealthy, powerful, seductress, lady of the night, who's charming character invited warmth, passion, violence, and mystery stands up to life's sometimes wild, cruel, intentions like love, and honesty, adventure and politics.
Miss Ruby’s intellectual tale of the worlds oldest trade has an amazing storyline told from the heart of the Comstock lode just below Virginia City during one of the most important mining discoveries in American History.

She had child like features that contradicted her voluptuous chest and rounded curves that revealed her distinct, well-rounded, bottom that followed her. Every man in Dayton knew it was Ruby from behind as she walked around town taking care of her daily business, before dusk. Ruby sang the song slowly, with a hint of sultry, and all the while using her powerful sensual lit eyes to scan the room,looking forward to the evening’s prey. Who would be the lucky gent be?
Customer Comments
Kelley Hodges
Posted: April 11, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
Indian Summer was a great book coming from Cynthia Macall - a beloved local to the area in which the book takes place. The book swept me into the days of the Comstock Lode. Her words bring the reader to see the heroine Miss Ruby walking the booming streets of China Town (Dayton) and Virginia City. This book is a page-turner which engages the reader to become engrossed until the mystery of the Indian Summer comes to light. With grace and humility, Macall calls on the influential Native American heritage to these times and the magic of Indian Summer is born.
Posted: September 15, 2017
Customer comment 0 star rating
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