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Doc Holliday's Gone [Mass Market Paperback]

Jane Candia Coleman

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She was born Mary Katherine Horony and had socialized with royalty in Europe and Mexico. Doc Holliday might have been the only man she truly loved, and Big Nose Kate, as she was famously known, was the woman in his life. In this account is the courageous sojourn of a woman on her own in the West. Also included in this duo is the story of Viola Howell, who marries the man she loves after pleading his case in a charge of cattle rustling. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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This story, is more creative/nonfiction than historical novel in view of the weatlth of primary sources on both subjects of this two novella book: Big Nose Kate Elder and Viola Slaughter, wife of famous sheriff John Slaughter.

Author Coleman, has also written the historical novel on Big Nose Kate, Doc Holliday's Woman. This book is of the same quality and with the same historical insights from the family of Big Nose Kate. She was of minor Hungarian nobility, rather than the frontier floozie as which she is usually portrayed, such as by Fay Dunaway. Prior writers didn't even know Kate's real name, except for Glenn Boyer who discovered her family and real identity.

Well worth reading both for Coleman's captivating style and characterization and for historical insights.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Doc Holliday's Gone... 20 Jan 2003
By S. Mcalpine - Published on Amazon.com
The title of the book says it all Doc Holliday is Gone. In fact he is so far gone that you won't find him in this book. It is a great story, very well written story about Big Nose Kate, but nothing tangeable about Doc Holliday. Look elsewere for the Doc Holliday story.
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