Fancy Vol 6: Virginia City

Leaving the railroad, Fancy moves to Virginia City to take on the Comstock Lode. After she builds a hotel, restaurant and saloon, she decides to invite her banker friend Bob Gentry to join her in building a bank.

Finally, she discovers she herself has been standing in the way of her own happiness. She realizes all of a sudden that she is in love with Gentry and has been for a long time. More

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About David N. Walker

Born in Dallas, Texas, in 1943, I grew up in Fort Worth and graduated from the public school system there in 1961. I attended Duke University, graduating with a B.A. in political science and a minor in accounting.

During my service in the Army, I was stationed at Fort Polk, LA, Fort Sam Houston, TX, and Fort Sill, OK.

Most of my career was spent in the insurance business, with a few brief forays into accounting. Although I spent a year in life insurance and a couple of years in financial services, my primary emphasis was health insurance.

I served as president of an Optimist club in Lawton, Oklahoma, and another in Fort Worth. I also served as lieutenant governor in each state and held several district committee chairs. As a member of Toastmasters International, I won a district Humorous Speech contest.

I am a member of McKinney Memorial Bible Church, where I serve as the leader of my Sunday School class.

Hobbies include travel, golf, skiing and flying. I have traveled the nation extensively and have been in or near all the places I use for settings in my books.

I have served as vice-president of the Freelance Writers’ Network of Fort Worth and have been a member of the Oklahoma Writers’ Federation, Inc. I also co-founded a novel writers' group called Warrior Writers Workshop.

For the last year and a half I have led a small group of published writers in the Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex.

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