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The Streets of Glory

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The year is 1920. Cantankerous gold miner Jonus Jones puts a gun to his head and says, "Think I'll blow my brains out." Jonus' distress interests many town notables, including the proprietor of an unusual "coffee house," an ungracefully-aged prostitute, a crazy man who imagines himself the famed lawyer Clarence Darrow, a marshal well past his prime, a cultist full of grand ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published April 20th 2007 by iUniverse
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Apr 06, 2009 Nozomi rated it it was ok
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This is one of last books my father read, and he raved about it all the time. My father wasn't an avid reader, but when he was enthusiastic about something, he raved about it often. His boss and friend wrote it, and two years later, I finally got around to reading it.

This is historical fiction, set in the time of America's gold rushes. I don't normally read historical fiction set in America--I'm more of a Tudor England reader. That's probably why I put off reading this for so long--but I really
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