Dora Mae Puckett

Dora Mae Puckett

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, Westerns

Dora Mae Puckett, a carpenter taught by her father, leaves Tennessee in a covered wagon to join the Oklahoma land rush. Traveling with her is a boy-child named Homer Good, age 12, he thinks. They travel across Missouri and into Indian Territory, only to find that there are 50,000 people looking to get free land. They encounters robbers and other miscreants on the journey, and one of their encounters later leads to Dora Mae's kidnapping. Homer and Dora Mae's fiance pull out all stops to find her and bring her back home. Another exciting story of the Old West from R. O. Lane.

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    Dora Mae Puckett Reviews

  • Charles Castell

    Kind of slow startling for one of Mr. Lane's outstanding western masterpieces, but the warming time is worthy of the wait. Dora Mae and Homer matching up makes for and outstanding western magical worl...

  • Lorrie Yescas

    Absolutely love this author!! Even if he is in my hometown of Tucson, Az 💖The adventures of Dora Mae keep a reader pulled in. As one little lady follows her heart, she is also on the adventure of a...

  • Bonnie Register

    The Best ReadThis is the First Book I’ve Read by this Author and I must say that I have certainly enjoyed it immensely. It has Everything! The Characters are Complete and absolutely Believable. The ...

  • Alexander Baum

    Exciting WesternIt is a real page turner. This book contains lots of action typical in a Western. However, the relationship between the characters is what this book is about. Some parts were very emot...

  • Rob Wagner

    Great storyHere is a book with a different Western twist. A female carpenter goes for the “Harrison Race “ in Oklahoma. On the way, she fosters a 12 rear old ragamuffin who proves to be mature bey...

  • Katy

    Oklahoma Land RushDora buried her father, sold her home and invites Homer to travel with her to Oklahoma for the land rush where she plans on starting her own carpentry business. They have trouble wit...

  • Jerry Struthers

    True FamilyGreat book! Gun play is part of the novel, but for me the family story was the most important part. It began with Dora Mae's love for her father. Then onto her finding Homer. Just a good st...

  • Anthony R Woods

    Sweet AdventureIt hard to believe a young girl and boy would have all of these adventures. for a Mad and her adopted brother left Tennessee for free land in Oklahoma.One adventure after another. Famil...

  • Carl Hunter

    Rating Very good story. I this book will cause me to read a lot of books by r.o. lane. I did enjoy it a lot....

  • Patricia Braddy

    Exciting bookAction filled book. I really enjoyed reading this book and looking forward to reading others by this Author real soon...