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LUCIA ST. CLAIR ROBSON was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida. She has lived in Japan and Arizona, and served in the Peace Corps in Venezuela. She has written seven novels, including The Tokaido Road, Fearless, and Ride the Wind, winner of the Golden Spur Award. Lucia lives near Annapolis, Maryland.

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"In "Ghost Warrior" Lucia St. Clair Robson has crafted a vivid and very entertaining picture of Apache life during the years of fierce fighting in New Mexico. Her heroine, Lozen, is a powerful character whom readers won't soon forget."--Larry McMurtry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Lonesome Dove
"""Ghost Warrior" gives us a rare and intriguing look at the Indian wars, from the Apache side, through the tribe's Joan of Arc--the sister of famed Victorio."--Tony Hillerman, "New York"" Times" bestselling author of "The First Eagle
""Lucia St. Clair Robson has written an epic novel. "Ghost Warrior" evokes the life of a Native American woman who at last, and rightfully so, takes her place in history. The characters are memorably drawn, the narrative resonates with the truth of time and place, and Lozen, warrior and shaman, leads her people in a valiant fight against injustice. "Ghost Warrior" will compel readers to read on and on...late into the night."--Matt Braun, Spur Award-winning author of "The Kincaids" and winner of the Cowboy Spirit Award
"No one makes history as familiar and as vivid as Lucia St. Clair Robson. In "Ghost Warrior" she has breathed life into an extraordinary spirit and genuine heroine, Lozen. I can't wait to place this book on my keeper shelf."--Fern Michaels, bestselling author of "Texas Heat "and "Texas Rich
""The spirit of Lozen, shaman, warrior, healer, and expert horse thief, surely possessed Robson while she wrote not only the story of Victorio's beloved sister, but of her people, from the time when they lived near streams and good grass to the cruel end when they survived like lizards, hiding in the rocks, enduring heat, cold, and thirst.For this, Robson deserves a warrior's embrace."--Jeanne Williams, Golden Spur Award winner and Levi Strauss Golden Saddleman Award winner for Lifetime Achievement in Western Literature
"Geronimo, Victorio, Cochise--so legendary is the toughness, and the hit-and-hide warfare of the Apache people in their centuries-long struggle against the Mexican and then U.S. invasions, that it might come as a shock to readers of Lucia St. Clair Robson's "Ghost Warrior" that Apaches were spiritual human beings with a complex culture, and that a woman, Lozen, was equal in importance with those famed war chiefs. The author's trademarks--exhaustive cultural research and earthy prose--make the reader believe, and care."--James Alexander Thom, author of "Follow the River" and "The Red Heart
""Lucia St. Clair Robson is more qualified to tell the story of Lozen than any writer today, and she does so with an award-winning style...well-defined, personal, accurately depicting historical characters, with careful attention to historical fact. For anyone whose reading choice is the America West, history, action, strong women, or the mystical quality of the America Indians' 'medicine, ' this is the book."--Don Coldsmith, bestselling author of "The Spanish Bit Saga"

"In "Ghost Warrior" Lucia St. Clair Robson has crafted a vivid and very entertaining picture of Apache life during the years of fierce fighting in New Mexico. Her heroine, Lozen, is a powerful character whom readers won't soon forget."-Larry McMurtry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Lonesome Dove
"""Ghost Warrior" gives us a rare and intriguing look at the Indian wars, from the Apache side, through the tribe's Joan of Arc-the sister of famed Victorio."-Tony Hillerman, "New York"" Times" bestselling author of "The First Eagle
""Lucia St. Clair Robson has written an epic novel. "Ghost Warrior" evokes the life of a Native American woman who at last, and rightfully so, takes her place in history. The characters are memorably drawn, the narrative resonates with the truth of time and place, and Lozen, warrior and shaman, leads her people in a valiant fight against injustice. "Ghost Warrior" will


"In "Ghost Warrior" Lucia St. Clair Robson has crafted a vivid and very entertaining picture of Apache life during the years of fierce fighting in New Mexico. Her heroine, Lozen, is a powerful character whom readers won't soon forget."--Larry McMurtry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Lonesome Dove
"""Ghost Warrior" gives us a rare and intriguing look at the Indian wars, from the Apache side, through the tribe's Joan of Arc--the sister of famed Victorio."--Tony Hillerman, "New York"" Times" bestselling author of "The First Eagle
""Lucia St. Clair Robson has written an epic novel. "Ghost Warrior" evokes the life of a Native American woman who at last, and rightfully so, takes her place in history. The characters are memorably drawn, the narrative resonates with the truth of time and place, and Lozen, warrior and shaman, leads her people in a valiant fight against injustice. "Ghost Warrior" will compel readers to read on and on...late into the night."--Matt Braun, Spur Award-winning author of "The Kincaids" and winner of the Cowboy Spirit Award
"No one makes history as familiar and as vivid as Lucia St. Clair Robson. In "Ghost Warrior" she has breathed life into an extraordinary spirit and genuine heroine, Lozen. I can't wait to place this book on my keeper shelf."--Fern Michaels, bestselling author of "Texas Heat "and "Texas Rich
""The spirit of Lozen, shaman, warrior, healer, and expert horse thief, surely possessed Robson while she wrote not only the story of Victorio's beloved sister, but of her people, from the time when they lived near streams and good grass to the cruel end when they survived like lizards, hiding in the rocks, enduring heat, cold, and thirst. For this, Robson deserves a warrior's embrace."--Jeanne Williams, Golden Spur Award winner and Levi Strauss Golden Saddleman Award winner for Lifetime Achievement in Western Literature
"Geronimo, Victorio, Cochise--so legendary is the toughness, and the hit-and-hide w


In "Ghost Warrior" Lucia St. Clair Robson has crafted a vivid and very entertaining picture of Apache life during the years of fierce fighting in New Mexico. Her heroine, Lozen, is a powerful character whom readers won't soon forget. "Larry McMurtry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Lonesome Dove" "Ghost Warrior" gives us a rare and intriguing look at the Indian wars, from the Apache side, through the tribe's Joan of Arc--the sister of famed Victorio. "Tony Hillerman, New York Times bestselling author of The First Eagle" Lucia St. Clair Robson has written an epic novel. "Ghost Warrior" evokes the life of a Native American woman who at last, and rightfully so, takes her place in history. The characters are memorably drawn, the narrative resonates with the truth of time and place, and Lozen, warrior and shaman, leads her people in a valiant fight against injustice. "Ghost Warrior" will compel readers to read on and on late into the night. "Matt Braun, Spur Award-winning author of The Kincaids and winner of the Cowboy Spirit Award" No one makes history as familiar and as vivid as Lucia St. Clair Robson. In "Ghost Warrior" she has breathed life into an extraordinary spirit and genuine heroine, Lozen. I can't wait to place this book on my keeper shelf. "Fern Michaels, bestselling author of Texas Heat and Texas Rich" The spirit of Lozen, shaman, warrior, healer, and expert horse thief, surely possessed Robson while she wrote not only the story of Victorio's beloved sister, but of her people, from the time when they lived near streams and good grass to the cruel end when they survived like lizards, hiding in the rocks, enduring heat, cold, and thirst. For this, Robson deserves a warrior's embrace. "Jeanne Williams, Golden Spur Award winner and Levi Strauss Golden Saddleman Award winner for Lifetime Achievement in Western Literature" Geronimo, Victorio, Cochise--so legendary is the toughness, and the hit-and-hide warfare of the Apache people in their centuries-long struggle against the Mexican and then U.S. invasions, that it might come as a shock to readers of Lucia St. Clair Robson's "Ghost Warrior" that Apaches were spiritual human beings with a complex culture, and that a woman, Lozen, was equal in importance with those famed war chiefs. The author's trademarks--exhaustive cultural research and earthy prose--make the reader believe, and care. "James Alexander Thom, author of Follow the River and The Red Heart" Lucia St. Clair Robson is more qualified to tell the story of Lozen than any writer today, and she does so with an award-winning style well-defined, personal, accurately depicting historical characters, with careful attention to historical fact. For anyone whose reading choice is the America West, history, action, strong women, or the mystical quality of the America Indians' medicine, ' this is the book. "Don Coldsmith, bestselling author of The Spanish Bit Saga""


"In Ghost Warrior Lucia St. Clair Robson has crafted a vivid and very entertaining picture of Apache life during the years of fierce fighting in New Mexico. Her heroine, Lozen, is a powerful character whom readers won't soon forget." --Larry McMurtry, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Lonesome Dove"Ghost Warrior gives us a rare and intriguing look at the Indian wars, from the Apache side, through the tribe's Joan of Arc--the sister of famed Victorio." --Tony Hillerman, New York Times bestselling author of The First Eagle"Lucia St. Clair Robson has written an epic novel. Ghost Warrior evokes the life of a Native American woman who at last, and rightfully so, takes her place in history. The characters are memorably drawn, the narrative resonates with the truth of time and place, and Lozen, warrior and shaman, leads her people in a valiant fight against injustice. Ghost Warrior will compel readers to read on and on...late into the night." --Matt Braun, Spur Award-winning author of The Kincaids and winner of the Cowboy Spirit Award"No one makes history as familiar and as vivid as Lucia St. Clair Robson. In Ghost Warrior she has breathed life into an extraordinary spirit and genuine heroine, Lozen. I can't wait to place this book on my keeper shelf." --Fern Michaels, bestselling author of Texas Heat and Texas Rich"The spirit of Lozen, shaman, warrior, healer, and expert horse thief, surely possessed Robson while she wrote not only the story of Victorio's beloved sister, but of her people, from the time when they lived near streams and good grass to the cruel end when they survived like lizards, hiding in the rocks, enduring heat, cold, and thirst. For this, Robson deserves a warrior's embrace." --Jeanne Williams, Golden Spur Award winner and Levi Strauss Golden Saddleman Award winner for Lifetime Achievement in Western Literature"Geronimo, Victorio, Cochise--so legendary is the toughness, and the hit-and-hide warfare of the Apache people in their centuries-long struggle against the Mexican and then U.S. invasions, that it might come as a shock to readers of Lucia St. Clair Robson's Ghost Warrior that Apaches were spiritual human beings with a complex culture, and that a woman, Lozen, was equal in importance with those famed war chiefs. The author's trademarks--exhaustive cultural research and earthy prose--make the reader believe, and care." --James Alexander Thom, author of Follow the River and The Red Heart"Lucia St. Clair Robson is more qualified to tell the story of Lozen than any writer today, and she does so with an award-winning style...well-defined, personal, accurately depicting historical characters, with careful attention to historical fact. For anyone whose reading choice is the America West, history, action, strong women, or the mystical quality of the America Indians' 'medicine, ' this is the book." --Don Coldsmith, bestselling author of The Spanish Bit Saga

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