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The Gentle Gamblers (2004)
A Canadian Historical Novel of Pioneer Adventure Volume One of a Trilogy. Based on the memoirs of real people and real events, the result of meticulous research. 570 pages
The Gentle Gamblers Audio Book
Lillian Ross, Lonnie Ross - Narrator
MP3 formatted, two-disc DVD audio version of the book.
The Tender Years (2004)
A Canadian Historical Novel of Pioneer Adventure - Volume Two of a Trilogy 608 pages
The Tender Years Audio Book
Lillian Ross, Iris Tuftin - Narrator
MP3 formatted three-disc DVD version of the book, The Tender Years.
A Full House (2004)
A Canadian Historical Novel of Pioneer Adventure - Volume Three of a Trilogy. The MacIntoshes survive and thrive the years during The Great Depression and WWII. 736 pages
The Trilogy - Set of Three
The Trilogy of books about the MacIntosh Family: The Gentle Gamblers, The Tender Years, and A Full House.
Mewassin: The Good Land (2006)
A Canadian historical novel of pioneer adventure at the time of the early explorers and fur traders who came up the river highway to their source in the Rocky Mountains. 422 pages
Gandy Dancer (2009)
The steel rails, with the help of their builders, the Gandy Dancers, brought a flood of settlers to the West providing a new highway. One particular Gandy Dancer joins the struggle to claim a piece of that land. 638 pages
Cougar's Crossing (2011)
A Canadian Historical Novel of Pioneer Adventure with a mysterious twist - Volume Three of a Trilogy The first edition of this novel, originally written with fictitious names of characters and places, is now replaced, following meticulous research, with the real ones. 663 pages
Cowboy Up, Cole (2002)
The first of four in a series of Youth Western Novels about a visitor to the Double H Ranch. Written by an author, herself a barrel racer and team roper, who knows the world of rodeo, this story entertains and teaches. 133 pages
ISBN: ISBN: 0-9684522-6-4
Heartbreak And Heroes (2003)
The second in the series of Youth Western Novels in which the Hollis family of the Double H Ranch extends an invitation to a young, rich and spoiled girl. 103 pages
Wheelchairs and Watermelon (2004)
The third in the series of Youth Western Novels. Based on the author's research using medical resources, this novel deals with the challenges of a boy with a spinal cord injury in a ranch setting. 133 pages
The final book in the series of Youth Western Novels about the Hollis family on the Double H Ranch. The summer visitors on the ranch are joined by those of previous years in a satisfying closure to this series. 126 pages
Double H Ranch Series
All four books by Iris Tuftin in a box cover: Cowboy Up Cole, Heartbreak and Heroes, Wheelchairs and Watermelon, and Reunion.
I Married the Principal - A Memoir of Excuses (2012)
Mavis was an eighteen-year old with a steady boyfriend, beginning her first year as a rural Alberta teacher in 1961. How was it, then, that she married her boss, the principal, in two months. No, she wasn't pregnant. In fact, she barely knew him. 498 pages