"I listened on a hot July morning in 2003 as a Snake River jetboat captain, idling his boat in front of a cove known as Deep Creek, told two dozen tourists the story, or at least a story, of what happened there in 1887." -- Massacred for Gold: The Chinese in Hells Canyon by R. Gregory Nokes This is going to be a good one! It is a historical expose of the murder of over 30 Chinese workers in eastern Oregon, written by one of Oregon's most talented writers.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Opening Sentence of the Day: Massacred for Gold
Posted by Gilion at Rose City Reader at 7:24 AM 4 comments
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Fascinating. Would love to read your review if you post one.ReplyDelete
Ah, nice. I'll be waiting for your review.ReplyDelete
Review is definitely coming. I plan to read this over the weekend when I am on vacation, so the review will be here soon.ReplyDelete
There have been several reviews in the local press -- all very favorable.
Sound like a great read!!!ReplyDelete