Patricia Beatty


USA flag (1922 - 1991)

Patricia Beatty was born on August 26, 1922, in Lapush, Washington. Raised near the Quillayute reservation, she learned a great deal from these people about their culture and beliefs. These early impressions gave her a lifelong interest in history. 

Genres: Historical Mystery
 
Novels
   The Indian Canoe-Maker (1960)
   Bonanza Girl (1962)
   At The Seven Stars (1963)
   The Nickel-Plated Beauty (1964)
   Squaw Dog (1965)
   Campion Towers (1966)
   A Donkey For The King (1966)
   The Queens Own Grove (1966)
   The Royal Dirk (1966) (with John Beatty)
   The Lady from Black Hawk (1967)
   The Queen's Wizard (1967)
   Me, California Perkins (1968)
   Witch Dog (1968) (with John Beatty)
   Billy Bedamned, Long Gone By (1969)
   Blue Stars Watching (1969)
   Pirate Royal (1969)
   Hail Columbia (1970)
   The Sea Pair (1970)
   King's Knight's Pawn (1971) (with John Beatty)
   A Long Way to Whiskey Creek (1971)
   O the Red Rose Tree (1972)
   Holdfast (1972) (with John Beatty)
   Red Rock Over the River (1973)
   The Bad Bell of San Salvador (1973)
   How Many Miles to Sundown? (1974)
   Master Rosalind (1974)
   Who Comes to King's Mountain? (1975)
   Rufus, Red Rufus (1975)
   By Crumbs, It's Mine (1976)
   Something to Shout About (1976)
   I Want My Sunday, Stranger (1977)
   Wait for Me, Watch for Me, Eula Bee (1978)
   Just Some Weeds from the Wilderness (1978)
   Lacy Makes a Match (1979)
   The Staffordshire Terror (1979)
   That's One Ornery Orphan (1980)
   Lupita Manana (1981)
   Eight Mules from Monterey (1982)
   Jonathan Down Under (1982)
   Melinda Takes a Hand (1983)
   The Coach That Never Came (1985)
   Behave Yourself, Bethany Brant (1986)
   Charley Skedaddle (1987)
   Sarah and Me and the Lady from the Sea (1989)
   Eben Tyne, Powder Monkey (1990) (with Phillip Robbins)
   Jayhawker (1991)
   Who Comes with Cannons? (1992)
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