The Commuters is a novel composed of intersecting stories about people who live in Los Angeles. From an immigrant garment worker, struggling to exist in an often cruel city, to a lonely foster child, who uses arson to express himself, Klein’s novel delicately and deftly probes the inner lives of her compelling cast of characters.
Author: Donald H. Harrison
The life of Louis Rose, who came to San Diego in 1850 and helped shape the city’s government, development, and planning. Click here to watch a Sunbelt Spotlight Lecture …$ 19.95 Add to cart
Marshal South and the Ghost Mountain Chronicles: An Experiment in Primitive Living *Free copy of Marshal South Rides Again included with all orders*
Author: Marshal South
A free copy of Marshal South Rides Again will be included with all orders. For 17 years, from 1930 to 1947, poet, artist, and author Marshal South and his family …$ 21.95 Add to cart