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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Historical
  • Language:English
  • Pages:150
  • eBook ISBN:9780979153389

The Queen Of The Everglades

by Robert "Bob" Blaske and Anna Wells

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Overview
She walked the streets of Stuart, Florida, with a holstered Colt revolver snugged closely to her inner-thigh. The message? "You don't mess with The Queen Of The Everglades." This was the 1920's, "The Roaring 20's" some folks say and she was John Ashley's woman and part of the feared Ashley Gang that brought in booze from the Bahamas to Florida's Treasure Coast. Sure, she had been married with two kids, but she left all that behind to make the "Big Money !"
Description
She walked the streets of Stuart, Florida, with a holstered Colt revolver snugged closely to her inner-thigh. The message? "You don't mess with The Queen Of The Everglades." This was the 1920's, "The Roaring 20's" some folks say and she was John Ashley's woman and part of the feared Ashley Gang that brought in booze from the Bahamas to Florida's Treasure Coast. Sure, she had been married with two kids, but she left all that behind to make the "Big Money !"
About the author
Bob Blaske is a retired Florida public school teacher with an emphasis on Florida's History and computers. He has had several articles, short stories, and web-features published in magazines and books. He has several college degrees and attained the "Specialist in Education" (half doctorate) degree with emphasis on teaching the gifted child and computer utilization in education. He is a cancer survivor overcoming a life-threatening condition with help of his loving wife. They retired to the mountains of western North Carolina. Using this combination of experiences, Bob tells exciting true-life stories in fast-paced adventures.
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