Belle Starr by Speer Morgan

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"Belle Starr is a wonderful book, singing with the wild energy and zany humor (and, too, the ineffable sadness) of the final years of the Old West.  Speer Morgan has created a tragic and triumphant story, rich with truly dimensional characters and with scenes and events which live on the page and then haunt the memory.  Belle Starr is an important novel, a genuine contribution to the legend and history of America." ----George Garrett, author of Death of the Fox

About Speer Morgan

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Morgan is author of four novels, such as The Whipping Boy, and a collection of stories. He is currently Editor of The Missouri Review.
Published January 1, 1979 by Little Brown & Co (T). 311 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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