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Madison House by Peter Donahue
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May 21, 2010

really liked it
Read in May, 2010

A book about pioneering, a la Jack London, the Pacific NW, with Seattle as a main character. The author has absorbed early Seattle and makes it easy to insert yourself back 100 years plus into the pulsing life of the city. The human characters in the book, although mainly fictional, contribute nicely to the movement of the storyline. A good read.

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Emilie I'm glad you read it!

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