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Garrett
(McKettricks of Texas)
June 1, 2010
Available: June 1, 2010
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Deadly Deceptions
(Mojo: Book 2)
March 1, 2008
Available: March 1, 2008
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A Midsummer Day's Dream
August 1, 2006
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Shotgun Bride
October 28, 2003
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Don't Look Now
September 1, 2003
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Claiming His Own
March 1, 2003
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High Country Bride
November 26, 2002
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Into The Night
(Tremayne Vampires #3 & 4)
October 1, 2002
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With Love
August 6, 2002
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With Love
May 4, 2002
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Out of the Shadows
(Tremayne Vampires: Books 1 & 2)
April 1, 2002
Available: November 3, 2006
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The Last Chance Café
April 1, 2002
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The Women Of Primrose Creek
March 1, 2002
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My Lady Wayward
December 1, 2001
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SPRINGWATER WEDDING (Hardcover)
April 1, 2001
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Two Brothers: The Lawman & The Gunfighter
November 1, 1998
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Summer Sensations Anthology
July 3, 1998
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Linda Lael Miller


Photo Credit: Photo by John Hall Photography

Pseudonym: Lael St. James.

In 2001, New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller packed up her computer, her work-in-progress for Pocket Books – and her dogs, Sadie and Bernice – and took a step toward the future – and into the past. Bidding farewell to her home in Scottsdale, Arizona, the author of 60 novels abandoned city life and returned to her rural, Western roots. On the horse property she purchased in the arid Arizona desert, she now immerses herself in the country living reminiscent of her early years. Rising daily with the sun, riding her horse, Skye, she has come home to the lifestyle that not only nourishes her but which has inspired numerous award-winning historical novels set in the Old West.

The daughter of a U.S. marshal, Linda was born and raised in Northport, Washington, population 500, a wilderness area on the Columbia River nine miles south of the Canadian border. Her childhood remembrances include riding horses and playing cowgirl on her grandparents’ nearby farm. But after graduating from high school, Linda longed to experience the world. She moved to Spokane and later, because of the success of her writing career, was able to divide her residence between a flat in London and an home in the Puget Sound area. Now the self-confessed barn goddess lives on “Springwater Station,” a small spread named after the fictitious Montana stagecoach stop in her bestselling, seven-book series.

Wanting to give something back to her readers, Linda established a scholarship program for women. A talented speaker, she donates all the honoraria for her engagements to Linda Lael Miller Scholarships for Women. The Foundation awards scholarships to those who seek to better their lot in life through education.

http://lindalaelmiller.com/


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