By Deb Vanasse
“After dozens of books at the man-dominated, scoundrel-infested facet of the Klondike Gold Rush, a clean, new tackle an epic old occasion” ~ Kim Heacox, writer of Jimmy Bluefeather and the one Kayak
“An very good instance of the recent Western heritage that seeks to get better formerly marginalized voices of girls, between different groups.” ~ Ross Coen, writer of Fu-go: The Curious historical past of Japan’s Balloon Bomb assault on the United States and Breaking Ice for Arctic Oil
“With this deeply researched and richly imagined biography, Deb Vanasse attracts one of many Klondike’s so much crucial but elusive characters from the wings and restores her to her rightful place.” ~ Frances Backhouse, writer of ladies of the Klondike and when they have been Hats
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