Ride the High Lonesome

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Product Details
Price
$12.99  $12.08
Publisher
Sourcebooks Casablanca
Publish Date
Pages
268
Dimensions
4.2 X 6.8 X 0.9 inches | 0.35 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9781492689263

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About the Author

Published since 1983, Rosanne Bittner is known nationally and internationally, with 58 titles and several million books in print. Rosanne writes historical romance and sagas involving real American history, especially stories about America's Old West and its Native Americans.

Rosanne has won numerous writing awards and has been inducted into romance magazine Affaire de Couer's Hall of Fame for longevity and endurance in the market and for overall appeal to readers. She has received numerous favorable reviews in Publishers Weekly, and was a finalist for Women Writing the West's prestigious WILLA award for her novel Where Heaven Begins, set in the Yukon during the gold rush. In 2012 romance magazine Romantic Times named Rosanne a "Legend of Historical Romance."

Rosanne is a member of the Nebraska and Montana State Historical Societies, Women Writing the West, Western Writers of America and Romance Writers of America (Mid-Michigan Chapter). Rosanne and her husband Larry live in southwest Michigan and have two sons and three grandsons. Locally Rosanne is a Board member of the Coloma Lioness Club, a charity organization.

You can learn more about Rosanne and her latest publications through her web site, her blog, and by visiting her on Facebook and Twitter. Rosanne also contributes to numerous writers' sites, such as Goodreads, and a number of blog sites.
Reviews
"Touching, passionate romance between two wounded souls amid the beautiful landscapes of the West make this a page-turner sure to please fans of western historicals." - Publishers Weekly
"This slow-burn romance is true to Bittner's signature focus on the emotional connection between the hero and heroine." - Booklist