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Lori Copeland's beloved Men of the Saddle series is a hit with fans of inspirational best-sellers with a western flavor. The Plainsman stars Trey McAllister who's on his way home after fighting in the Civil War. Along the way he makes a fateful stop in Sassy Gap, Louisiana - a town populated by women whose love for God and home-cooked meals is unrivaled. Fighting his desire to get home, he helps the women save their land from an evil entrepreneur.
©2006 Copeland, Inc. (P)2006 Recorded Books

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an excellent christian book

loved this book. the funniest part was when the skunk got into the mortuary, turned around, lifted his tail, and left his scent in the mortuary. if you somehow avoided this "honor", let me say....pee u. no oder worse in the world....stinks to the high heavens.....nothing gets that smell out....trust me I know!....anyway they had a funeral that day......... any way there was a good guy and an extremely wicked guy who hurt or killed everyone who did not jump to his every wish. I truly enjoyed this book. it held my attention, especially closer to the end.