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The Alaskans

(1980)
(The tenth book in the Making of America series)
A novel by

 
 
"America's purchase of Alaska from Russia, called "Seward's Folly" after the Secretary of State who masterminded the negotiations, drew a raging army of speculators, thieves, dreamers, prostitutes and gamblers, when word came of a gold strike in the Klondike. Among them was the tall, muscular young man who gave his name as Bryan Mathews, whom the Eskimo women called "the Man-God." Baroness Irina Feodorovna and her equally spectacular daughter, Milla, wanted Mathews for entirely different reasons. Milla saw him as the love of her life. Irina saw him as a key - not only to unlock the pent-up passions of her magnificent body, but as a key through which she could control and rule the secret riches of this frozen kingdom called Alaska."

Genre: Historical    

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Paperback Editions

October 1980 : USA Mass Market Paperback
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Title: Alaskans
Author(s): Lee Davis Willoughby
ISBN: 0-440-00199-4 / 978-0-440-00199-7 (USA edition)
Publisher: Dell Publishing
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