Title: Beneath the surface: A journal of life & ...
Publisher: P.I.A., Inc., Petticoat Press
Book Condition: New
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
0971214808 Lake Superior Press paperback; autographed by author on title page. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1027595
Synopsis: Imagine finding an old, tattered dairy, written almost a century ago, and learning about one of the United State's most notorious labor strikes. Imagine further that among the same pages you learn of a love story which endured this same period of unrest and tragedy.
"Beneath the Surface" is a historical fiction story based on the 1913 copper strike, which occurred in the great Keweenaw region of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Its characters are drawn from the real people who lived through circumstances much like those that are described in this novel.
About the Author: J.P. Hall resides in Marquette, Michigan with her husband and two daughters. She's grateful that they've supported her through each and every whim.
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