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Hatred, Betrayal, Revenge in the Great Plains

Texas native’s novel set during near the end of the Comanche reign

Amarillo, Texas – WEBWIRE

The Comanche reign is one of the biggest junctures in the history of Texas. Linda Kennedy focuses on this era in her novel, Lone Star Lady.” Her effort chronicles a young woman’s suffering from the abuse of her stepfather and from the hands of the Comanche people.
At a very young age, Morganna McKinney Caldaron had suffered more than any girl at that age could bear. Driven by hatred, her stepfather paid the Comancheros to kill her. However, they spared her life and sold her to the Comanche instead. This turn of events did nothing but further complicate her life.
“Lone Star Lady” is historical fiction with ever-changing turns that will challenge what the readers thought they already figured out. Will Morganna survive these trials in her life? What will be her next move? Travel through the rich history of the State of Texas with Linda Kennedy’s book.
Lone Star Lady
Written by Linda Kennedy
Kindle | $3.99
Paperback | $19.88
Hardcover | $22.99
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Linda Kennedy is a sixth-generation Texan from Amarillo, Texas; a mother of two daughters; and a grandmother to five grandchildren. She has worked in the furniture upholstery business for 40-plus years. However, her passion for writing has always stayed with her, culminating in her debut novel, “Fallen Woman.”

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