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A Good Life in the Inland Northwest: A Collection of Columns from the Spokesman-Review

Peck, Chris;Lee, Layra B.

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ISBN 10: 0923910093 / ISBN 13: 9780923910099
Published by New Media Ventures Inc, 1998
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Title: A Good Life in the Inland Northwest: A ...

Publisher: New Media Ventures Inc

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

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Book by Peck, Chris, Higgins, Shaun, Higgins, Shaun O'L.

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Chris Peck's columns about life in Spokane and the Inland Northwest have been capturing hearts and stimulating minds since 1979.

In his first years as a columnist for The Spokesman-Review, Peck covered the broadest range of general interest topics. His columns helped track down the feared South Hill rapist, Fred Coe. He visited with Robin Lee Graham, the youngest man ever to sail alone around the world. He reverently attended the wedding of a 98-year-old man and sadly reflected on the funeral of a bum.

Peck also has raised a family in Spokane. His daughter, Sarah, and son, Cody, provided boundless material for reflection as they grew up, went to school, discovered winning, losing and bits about themselves.

And then there is the newspaper business. Over the years, Peck has discussed and debated some fascinating ethical issues and news judgments that have sprung from events around the Inland Northwest. How should the paper cover the news that the Spokane Symphony's musical director was dying of AIDS? Was it proper to photograph Los Angeles police detective Mark Fuhrman when he visited Idaho during the O. J. Simpson trial?

Peck is at his best in A Good Life in the Inland Northwest - an enduring portrait of a region and its people.

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