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Woman of the Frontier

By: Zane Grey
Narrated by: Terence Aselford
Length: 9 hrs and 16 mins
Categories: Fiction, Westerns
3.5 out of 5 stars (48 ratings)

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Logan Huett is a former army scout who discovers magnificent Sycamore Cañon in central Arizona, where he intends to homestead. With some trepidation, he wires East to the woman he had courted back in Missouri, proposing marriage. Lucinda Baker, a schoolteacher, accepts. 

But pioneer life proves very hard for her. Living is crude. She helps in the building of what will be their home but finds the loneliness where they have settled oppressive. The dangers are many and constant. But despite the hardships, despite the dangers, Lucinda remains strong. She is determined to not only endure but also to triumph.

©1998 1940; renewed 1968, 1998 by Zane Grey, Inc. Published by arrangement with Golden West Literary Agency. (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC

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Good story.

I'm 74 and have loved reading many many years so I should have read a Zane Grey book before but this is my first. I will listen to this book again.

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Excellent listen

Story of settling the Arizona frontier as seen through the eyes of a frontier wife. Excellent story. Well written and heartbreaking at times.

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Good, basic story. Good characters.

This is a true classic western novel from Zane Gray. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it on my way to Colorado. No surprises, but that is ok....it was a good story, with good characters.