A LADY BOUGHT WITH RIFLES by Jeanne Williams

A LADY BOUGHT WITH RIFLES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

One of those preposterous dramas whether in costume or the buff in which Miranda Green-leaf, a dead ringer for Angelique, crests the Mexican revolution and the love of two men. One is Trace whose ""virile exploration"" is pretty comprehensive so that he leaves her pregnant; the other is the loathsome Court who appropriates her and her child after she believes Trace to be dead. But when Trace finally returns to murmur ""We have now"" you can guess there'll be a later in Miranda's serial picaresque adventures as ""the long afternoon nightmared into twilight."" Donde este el redactor?

Pub Date: Aug. 27th, 1976
Publisher: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan