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Nan Sherwood at Rose Ranch; Or The Old Mexican's Treasure - Lost Treasures and Wild Adventures in the American West - cover

Nan Sherwood at Rose Ranch; Or The Old Mexican's Treasure - Lost Treasures and Wild Adventures in the American West

Annie Roe Carr

Publisher: Good Press

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In 'Nan Sherwood at Rose Ranch; Or, The Old Mexican's Treasure' Annie Roe Carr weaves a compelling and adventurous tale set in the American West. The book follows Nan Sherwood, a spirited and determined young woman, as she unravels the mystery of a hidden treasure on Rose Ranch. Carr's writing style is vibrant and engaging, capturing the essence of the Wild West with vivid descriptions and lively dialogue. The novel is a mix of adventure, mystery, and coming-of-age themes, making it a captivating read for young adults. The literary context of the book reflects the fascination with frontier life in the early 20th century, offering a glimpse into a bygone era. Overall, 'Nan Sherwood at Rose Ranch' is a timeless classic that continues to enchant readers with its blend of excitement and heartwarming moments.
Available since: 11/16/2023.
Print length: 127 pages.

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