Driven to Rage

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About the author:
Driven to Rage is award winning author Carol Sheldon's second historical novel about the mining community in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Sheldon placed in the top five percent of the 5000 entries in Amazon's International Break-through Novel Contest of 2011 for her first novel, Mother Lode. This title recently was awarded 'best fiction' by Bay Area Independent Publishing Association. The highlights of her writing career have been for the stage. Two of her plays, Sandcastles, and Lifelines were chosen for professional productions. Sheldon has published two books of poetry. She teaches Poetry, the Novel, and Memoir in various Marin County venues, Her poems are in Robert Bly's Great Mother Conference Anthology, Hot Flashes and Marin Poetry Anthology.

Driven to Rage
 

a historical novel

Authored by Carol Sheldon
Edition: first edition

What happened in the 1913 miners' strike in Michigan? Did Labor win, or did Management hold out? In this intimate tale of a divided family, we learn the feelings of each. We learn how important Big Annie was to the movement of fair labor, and what personal issues could set brother against brother. Discover how two strong women and their followers, with daily parades, were the real power behind the formation of the union that brought on the strike.


Publication Date:
2013-06-22
ISBN/EAN13:
1490350640 / 9781490350646
Page Count:
226
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General




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