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Lucia St. Clair Robson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. She has been a Peace Corps Volunteer in Venezuela, a teacher in New York City, and a librarian in various places. She has also lived in Japan, South Carolina, and Arizona. She now resides near Annapolis, Maryland.
She is the author of "Ride the Wind", which appeared on the New York Times and Washington Post best seller lists in 1982. The Western Writers of America also awarded it the Golden Spur for the best historical western of 1982. Her other novels are "Walk in My Soul" (1985), "Light A Distant Fire" (1988), "The Tokaido Road" (1991), "Mary's Land" (1995), "Fearless: A Novel of Sarah Bowman" (1998). "Ghost Warrior" (2002), was a finalist for the Golden Spur award in 2003.