In 1900 a steadfast and feisty young woman, Jocelyn Belle Royal, joins a mule drive to earn back her Kansas, Flint Hills farm lost to the bank. Entanglements over the mules, outlaws, women’s suffrage, and a disagreement over the governor’s mansion, test her mettle to the limit. Jocelyn can't give up… but wonders if “home” will ever again be more than a few belongings tied in a shawl… all that she now owns.
CD ISBN: 978-1-64192-178-7
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Running Time: Approx. 7.74 Hrs.
Read by Kris Faulkner
Rated PG, 7 CDs
About the Author:
Irene Bennett Brown enjoys using Kansas, where she was born, as background for her historical novels. These include the historical novels The Plainswoman, a Western Writers of America Spur Award Finalist, and Before the Lark, winner of a Western Writers of America Spur Award and nominated for the Mark Twain Award. Miss Royal's Mules is an adult sequel to Before the Lark. The author lives with her husband, Bob, a retired research chemist, on two fruitful acres along the Santiam River in Oregon.