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Acknowledgements
This story took the best part of a year to write and I could not have done it without my betas, Terri Derr and Anna Orr. Their patience and guidance were indispensable. Thank you falls short of what I would like to say to these two incredible ladies, but typically words fail me when I need them most. I will have to make do with saying that I am now very proud and pleased to call them my friends.

The book pictured on the title page was a gift from Terri when we met for the first time at the Spirit of the Cowboy event in McKinney, Texas in 2014. The cover was designed specifically for From Highlands to Homecoming by a very talented young graphic designer, Molly Gates.

I posted the final chapter of From Highlands to Homecoming on 13 September, 2014 from McKinney. The timing was a happy coincidence. Not only did I meet Terri and a number of other Lancer ladies connected with Lancer Writers (Yahoo) and Lancer FanFiction (Facebook), but I also had the great pleasure of meeting actor James Stacy, who portrayed Johnny Lancer (Madrid) in the television series. I owe thanks to everyone involved with the show's creation, but in particular I owe it to the scriptwriters and to the three actors: James Stacy, Andrew Duggan and Wayne Maunder, who brought Lancer to life. Johnny Lancer has been my fantasy man since the age of twelve and Murdoch and Scott Lancer will always have a soft spot in my heart. They were my inspiration for this and other stories, and I thank them for many, many hours of enjoyment.

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Section One : Chapters 1 - 12 and chapter notes

Section Two : Chapters 13 - 22 and chapter notes

Section Three : Chapters 23 - 32 and chapter notes

Section Four : Chapters 33 - 43 and chapter notes

Section Five : Chapters 44 - 52 and chapter notes

Bibliography and Timeline