The Golden Woman
by Ridgwell CullumThe Golden Woman
Violet-eyed Joan Stanmore brings an unusual kind of luck to the men she loves. They become rich overnight just by marrying Joan. Unfortunately, the pairing also leads many to their deaths. Reluctant to believe she is cursed, Joan sets out nonetheless to change the fate of future suitors.
|Biography:||Ridgwell Cullum (1867-1943) was a British adventurer who traveled the world gold-prospecting in the Transvaal, fighting in the Cape of Good Hope, and living in the wilderness in the Yukon. He eventually settled in Montana as a cattle rancher and started writing Western novels. His first, The Devil's Keg (1903) was an instant success and led to dozens more over the next 40 years.|