Joel Williamsen Barrelhouse Boys

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Barrelhouse Boys

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Joel Williamsen
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Description du livre Joel Williamsen, United States, 2009. Paperback. État : New. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.It is 1894, and Nebraska s glittering state capital draws young Bud Gardner away from drought and poverty towards a precarious existence within his uncle s saloon, extended family and eccentric circle of bootleggers. But amidst the whores, oddballs, and shady characters of Lincoln s Haymarket district, Bud discovers Anna Marie, a fiery Czech girl-and the deadly forces that connect Chicago s railroad strikes, Omaha s slaughterhouse riots, a grisly Lincoln train wreck, and a local black man that has conveniently been accused of causing it. Weaving together an intriguing storyline with the real historical events and luminaries of turn-of-the-century Lincoln, Nebraska, including John J. Pershing (commanding the Nebraska Corps of Cadets), Willa Cather (reporter for the State Journal), and Charles Dawes (lawyer and future Nobel Peace laureate), Barrelhouse Boys is a fictional romp through the gaslight era that shouldn t be missed. Nebraska Life Magazine: Full of unexpected twists.vivid detail and lively dialogue. One inspired novel. Omaha World-Herald: A fascinating event in Nebraska history.refreshingly readable.great historical facts and a likable hero.with mystery, romance, bigotry and riots. Lincoln Journal Star: Rookie author Joel Williamsen creates an intriguing work of historical fiction. The Barrelhouse Boys is a mystery about a fatal Lincoln train wreck that might be connected to slaughterhouse riots in Omaha and railroad riots in Chicago. . His interest in and extensive research of the history of his home state is evident in his first novel. Fremont Daily Tribune: . . Those who buy the book can see Williamsen s puzzle-solving and fact-ferreting skills. . a puzzle -- an 1890s train wreck that remains a mystery . N° de réf. du libraire APC9780615333168

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Description du livre Joel Williamsen, United States, 2009. Paperback. État : New. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. It is 1894, and Nebraska s glittering state capital draws young Bud Gardner away from drought and poverty towards a precarious existence within his uncle s saloon, extended family and eccentric circle of bootleggers. But amidst the whores, oddballs, and shady characters of Lincoln s Haymarket district, Bud discovers Anna Marie, a fiery Czech girl-and the deadly forces that connect Chicago s railroad strikes, Omaha s slaughterhouse riots, a grisly Lincoln train wreck, and a local black man that has conveniently been accused of causing it. Weaving together an intriguing storyline with the real historical events and luminaries of turn-of-the-century Lincoln, Nebraska, including John J. Pershing (commanding the Nebraska Corps of Cadets), Willa Cather (reporter for the State Journal), and Charles Dawes (lawyer and future Nobel Peace laureate), Barrelhouse Boys is a fictional romp through the gaslight era that shouldn t be missed. Nebraska Life Magazine: Full of unexpected twists.vivid detail and lively dialogue. One inspired novel. Omaha World-Herald: A fascinating event in Nebraska history.refreshingly readable.great historical facts and a likable hero.with mystery, romance, bigotry and riots. Lincoln Journal Star: Rookie author Joel Williamsen creates an intriguing work of historical fiction. The Barrelhouse Boys is a mystery about a fatal Lincoln train wreck that might be connected to slaughterhouse riots in Omaha and railroad riots in Chicago. . His interest in and extensive research of the history of his home state is evident in his first novel. Fremont Daily Tribune: . . Those who buy the book can see Williamsen s puzzle-solving and fact-ferreting skills. . a puzzle -- an 1890s train wreck that remains a mystery . N° de réf. du libraire APC9780615333168

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Description du livre Paperback. État : New. Paperback. 536 pages. It is 1894, and Nebraskas glittering state capital draws young Bud Gardner away from drought and poverty towards a precarious existence within his uncles saloon, extended family and eccentric circle of bootleggers. But amidst the whores, oddballs, and shady characters of Lincolns Haymarket district, Bud discovers Anna Marie, a fiery Czech girland the deadly forces that connect Chicago s railroad strikes, Omahas slaughterhouse riots, a grisly Lincoln train wreck, and a local black man that has conveniently been accused of causing it. Weaving together an intriguing storyline with the real historical events and luminaries of turn-of-the-century Lincoln, Nebraska, including John J. Pershing (commanding the Nebraska Corps of Cadets), Willa Cather (reporter for the State Journal), and Charles Dawes (lawyer and future Nobel Peace laureate), Barrelhouse Boys is a fictional romp through the gaslight era that shouldnt be missed! Omaha World Herald: A fascinating event in Nebraska history. . . refreshingly readable. . . great historical facts and a likable hero. . . with mystery, romance, bigotry and riots. Lincoln Journal Star: Rookie author Joel Williamsen creates an intriguing work of historical fiction. Barrelhouse Boys is a mystery about a fatal Lincoln train wreck that might be connected to slaughterhouse riots in Omaha and railroad riots in Chicago. . . . His interest in and extensive research of the history of his home state is evident in his first novel. Fremont Daily Tribune: . . . Those who buy the book can see Williamsens puzzle-solving and fact-ferreting skills. . . . a puzzle -- an 1890s train wreck that remains a mystery . . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. N° de réf. du libraire 9780615333168

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