Black Knights of the Hudson Book II by Beverly C. Gray
Boots and Saddles

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BLACK KNIGHTS OF THE HUDSON is a series of books about a fictional U.S. Army family from 1860 through World War II. The books should appeal to readers who enjoy historical fiction, family sagas, and military fiction. BOOK II: BOOTS AND SADDLES (1868 to 1883) is the second book in the story of the MacKendrick Army family; who live by West Point’s motto of Duty, Honor, Country.

About Beverly C. Gray

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Beverly C. Gray is the youngest child of a career U.S. Army officer and his wife. She was born in Paris, France while her father was stationed at SHAPE. She grew up in Hawaii and earned her B.A. and M.A. in History at Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA. The focus of those degrees was U.S., British, and Roman History with an emphasis in military history, cultural history, and the history of technology. Although she has been a technical writer/editor for an Engineering firm for almost thirty years, she has never outgrown her passion for history and historical research. Writing Historical Fiction satisfies her yen to learn more about the past and enables her to live in different eras via her characters.
Published January 10, 2012 by Smashwords. 308 pages
Genres: History, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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