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When two Kentucky prospectors, John Slack and Philip Arnold arrived penniless and near starving in San Francisco to deposit raw 'American' diamonds in the Bank of California, it caused quite a stir. Rumors flew across the city. This was going to be bigger than Kimberley and everyone wanted a piece of the action. But Slack and Arnold would be hard men to woo. This is a true story. What begins as a trickle in the Colorado mountains would grow into the great rush of 1872 and ruin the lives of almost everyone it touched.

Product Details: Printed: 289 pages,
6" x 9", perfect binding, black and white interior ink
ISBN: 978-1-4116-1088-0 Copyright: 2004
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)

If you are looking for a good read Sam North's book Diamonds - The Rush of '72 is available to order. $19.95 from in the USA or on special offer from the publishers Lulu Press direct from only $12.95 plus shipping.

Buy now from 'a terrific piece of storytelling'
Historical Novel Society Review

Now printed in the UK and available from & Waterstones

see also: Another Place To Die by Sam North
The Great Flu Pandemic of 2009 is coming. Are you prepared?
Reviews: 'It will keep readers in suspense, laced with gritty-gallows humor' Charlie Dickinson 'Beautiful, plausible, and sickeningly addictive, Another Place to Die will terrify you, thrill you, and make you petrified of anyone who comes near you...'. Roxy Williams -
Read the first chapter on line Order Now direct from Publisher : Another Place To Die

The Curse of the Nibelung - A Sherlock Holmes Mystery by Sam North
ISBN 1-4116-3748-8 $19.98 Retail - 300 pages - Lulu Press USA
'Chocolate will never be the same again' - Sunday Express
Buy from your favourite on-line retailer Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Barnes and Noble & Waterstones Or buy direct from Lulu Press plus delivery charges


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