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Dana Fuller Ross.", Anne Marie Burgess; Michael Burgess; Nicholas Gorham; Paul Lewis; Leon Phillips; Donald Clayton Porter; Philip Vail; and Carter A. Vaughan. He has written more than 325 novels.

James Reasoner (pictured) is an American writer. He is the author of more than 150 books and many short stories in a career spanning more than thirty years. Reasoner has used at least nineteen pseudonyms, in addition to his own name: Jim Austin; Peter Danielson; Terrance Duncan; Tom Early; Wesley Ellis; Tabor Evans; Jake Foster; William Grant; Matthew Hart; Livia James; Mike Jameson; Justin Ladd; Jake Logan; Hank Mitchum; Lee Morgan; J.L. Reasoner (with his wife); Dana Fuller Ross; Adam Rutledge; and Jon Sharpe. Since most of Reasoner's books were written as part of various existing Western fiction series, many of his pseudonyms were publishing "house" names that may have been used by other authors who contributed to those series

[Reading] ➷ Louisiana! By Dana Fuller Ross – Stockbag.info
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Louisiana!
  • Dana Fuller Ross
  • English
  • 14 August 2018
  • 9780553252477

10 thoughts on “Louisiana!

  1. says:

    The worst Dana Fuller Ross novel is better than most anything else I have read. Having said that, I agree with some other reviewers that too much of the book is set in China. It's a good story, full of adventure, action, romance and all that makes this Wagons West series great. I just like the western setting more. There was plenty of gunslinging though. At times though I felt like I was watching David Carrodine in "Kung Fu". It's a good read though. I am looking forward to seeing where Ross goes with certain characters in the books to come.

  2. says:

    he book focused on Toby more than it focused on the other characters.

  3. says:

    May sound somewhat repetitive here but I got hooked on the first book and it was like an addiction.
    The author shows how the westward movement affected families and individuals while placing them within history itself.

  4. says:

    In 1870 under Ulysses Grant- sent representations to the dowager Princess of China to help her with the Tong who was sending slave labor to the railroads of Chinese workers who were kidnapped. No. 16 in the series- great.

  5. says:

    Ross, Dana Fuller PB

  6. says:

    W Ros

  7. says:

    This might be the last book I read in the series. I do not like where the storylines are headed or have been in the past 2 books. China & New Orleans are nowhere near the American West & I'm bored.

  8. says:

    Great book! should have been named China, though!

  9. says:

    Large Print Borrowed from the Library... This is the second time I am reading this series.....

  10. says:

    a good book in a series I enjoy reading!

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