Gypsy Fires by Paul Henderson

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"As Wade Kincaid, a wealthy Texas rancher, is out checking water holes on his ranch, he has a chance meeting with a beautiful dancing Gypsy girl, Luana, who makes him momentarily forget his mentally ill wife, Stephanie. This meeting will change their lives forever.

When Kincaid invites Luana and her family to stay on his ranch, how could he have known the many struggles that were ahead?"

About Paul Henderson

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PAUL HENDERSON was born in Lucknow, Ontario. He played his junior hockey with the Hamilton Red Wings and lead the OHL in scoring before moving to the NHL to play for Detroit, then later Toronto, and finally Atlanta. Henderson was chosen to play for the 1972 Canadian Team that competed against the Soviets in the Summit Series. During the series, Henderson accumulated 7 goals, 3 of which were game winners, including his goal in Game 8 that has long been recognized as the "goal of the century." Since retiring from hockey in 1984, Henderson joined the seminary and now runs a Christian ministry. He is a published author and motivational speaker and both he and his wife speak at various marriage conferences to offer guidance and mentoring. ROGER LAJOIE is well-known to hockey fans as a host of Toronto's The Fan 590. He is also a North American sports correspondent for the Reuters News Agency and has covered the World Series, the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Final. Roger lives with his wife and family in Courtice, Ontario.
Published December 12, 2001 by iUniverse. 477 pages
Genres: Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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