“If you want to know about the joy of a woman working on an Arizona cow ranch, read John Duncklee’s Genevieve of Tombstone. If you like people and want to know why God loves whores, ready Genevieve of Tombstone. It is a simple, uncomplicated jewel of a book in plain talk.” – J. P. S. Brown, Author of Jim Kane
Tombstone in the 1880's was the toughest town in the West, and it took a special kind of grit just to survive there. Ask the Earps or the Clantons. But among the gunslingers and lawmen, among the ranchers and rustlers, there was Genevieve, a woman with the spirit, toughness – and heart – the town demanded. Whether she was working in a fancy house or running her own cattle ranch, Genevieve would not only survive, she would triumph. She was a woman who would never surrender, never give in – and one that no reader will ever forget.