Reprint of the original 1912 novel with an introduction by Paul Fees. More than 50 years out of print, The Lady Doc is back. Caroline Lockhart was a writer, reporter, editor, and independent woman who settled in Cody, Wyoming at the turn of the 20th century. This thinly-disguised portrait of Cody and it’s citizens was considered shocking when it was first published. Lockhart’s skill as a satirist and her story-telling powers make for a vivid and often funny portrait of a western town in the grip of change.
Paperback, 340 pages, 5×7.5″
Subject: Historical Fiction, Wyoming
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