Biography: George Randall Parrish (1858-1923) was an American novelist who wrote popular potboilers and historical novels. Trained as a lawyer, he spent time as an attorney, and many years as a newspaper journalist, with a stint as a railroad worker and sheep driver in between. His experience on the road from Las Vegas and Albuquerque informed his Western romance writing style.

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  1. Prisoners of Chance
    Prisoners of Chance
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.4/5 (149 votes cast)

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    Louisiana Province in the 1760s carries contradictions political and personal for Geoffrey Benteen. As an adventurer in a new land, he encounters mysterious natives and battles his own countrymen. As a man, he must choose between pursuing the woman he loves and saving her husband's life.

    Category: Historical Romance

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  2. Molly McDonald
    Molly McDonald
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.8/5 (231 votes cast)

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    Major Daniel McDonald does not hesitate to bring his high-sprited daughter, Molly, to Fort Devere, where he is assigned to protect the new Cimarron trail to Santa Fe. He underestimates the threats from nearby Sioux warriors, however, as well as the attention Molly attracts from his soldiers.

    Category: Western Romance

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  3. The Case and the Girl
    The Case and the Girl
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.5/5 (196 votes cast)

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    A veiled lady in a dark limousine has a proposition for Captain Matt West. Captain West thinks he is ready for anything, but the challenges this nameless, faceless woman puts before him keep him on his toes. Is she his employer, his friend, or something else altogether?

    Categories: Romantic Suspense, Romance

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  4. Beth Norvell
    Beth Norvell
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.3/5 (168 votes cast)

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    The clear air of the Colorado mountains cannot stop the complicated and somewhat scandalous love triangles that Beth Norvell finds herself involved in. The lead performer in a traveling play, Beth brings something new to the Western town that attracts all sorts of attention.

    Category: Western Romance

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  5. Bob Hampton of Placer
    Bob Hampton of Placer

    by Randall Parrish

    Bob Hampton of Placer
    by Randall Parrish

    Rating: 2.2/5 (171 votes cast)

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    An epic of the Old West, Bob Hampton is the story of the redemption of an army officer unjustly accused of a crime. Cornered by hostile Sioux Indians, Hampton and his army comrades must not only fight the Indians, but also defend a girl traveling with them. Bob Hampton may start as the outcast of the group, but if he can rescue the girl, he may save himself as well.

    Categories: Romance, Western Romance

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