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The Lady and the Gandydancer By Rob Robinson
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Sean O’Sullivan, once a roaring twenties playboy, has been forced by his railroad president father to work as a Gandydancer, unskilled workers who use shovel and pick to keep the rail lines... More > straight, a job that begins to have a positive effect, when one night he finds himself rescuing Anne Miller, a spoiled coed abandoned on a mean street in Baltimore by her feckless date when she resists his amorous advances. Sean lets her believe he is a common laborer, and she is charmed by his gentlemanly ways, but unsure that he could ever fit into her upper class life. When Sean meets the saddened sister of one of his fellow workers whose fiancé was lost in the Great War, he, too, is torn, unable to choose between two women who both believe he is merely a Gandydancer.< Less
The Goldminer's Daughter By Rob Robinson
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In the spirit of Louis Lamour comes the story of Clint LaFleur, a Civil War veteran who came west to try his hand at gold mining, found a friend in miner Jake Moseby, and ended up with hired... More > gunslingers trying to kill him over the mine that now belongs to him and Jake’s lovely daughter, who hates him. Clint has to clear his name, convince Kate Moseby that he’s on her side, all the while finding a way not to get himself killed.< Less
Oh, No, Mr. Bill; Our Summer at Quaker Meadow By Rob Robinson
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In the summer of 1981 married couple Rob and Cathy Robinson, plus their year and a half daughter, spent a summer 7,000 feet up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains working at a Christian Summer Camp called... More > Quaker Meadow run by the Friends Church. Working 6 days a week, usually 16 hour days, Rob nonetheless managed to keep a journal each day chronicling their adventures and the staff who put up with all the craziness of summer camp.< Less
The Goldminer's Daughter By Rob Robinson
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All Clint LaFleur wanted to do was make a life for himself in the west, but he has to contend with a charge of murder, a scheming gambler and his thugs, and the miner's daughter who won't believe... More > he's really on her side.< Less

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