Wynn Mercere, author
In 1909, newspapers shaped the world, and Hector Browning was a newspaper man. He was a master at wordplay, a king of persuasion with the power of the press. The new century had dawned; it was time to turn a rustic people from their old ways, and more importantly, their homes. His assignment was simple: Get those people out of the hills. But Browning and his league of industrialists were about to run up against a different kind of power, one that didn't rely on ink and intimidation. Words would fail.
Customer Review - May 30, 2015
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