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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Literary
  • Language:English
  • Pages:308
  • eBook ISBN:9781623097820

White Buffalo Gold

by Adam G. Fleming

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Overview
Everyone in town believes that gold was once found in the river outside Harmony, Nebraska. Brightest of the class of 1992 but unsure what to do with her life, Emily Zimmerman stays home, compelled by her quest to find traces of the gold that put Harmony on the map. While employed in the local nursing home, Emily discovers a world of routine death, regret, and senility underlined with dark humor and the seeds of deepest hope. Meanwhile, the key to her mystery is locked insides the memory of an old man who has traveled, studied, written, and fogotten more than Emily has ever known.
Description
Everyone in town believes that gold was once found in the river outside Harmony, Nebraska. Brightes of the class of 1992 but unsure what to do with her life, Emily Zimmerman stays home, compelled by her quest to find traces of the gold that put Harmony on the map. While employed in the local nursing home, Emily discovers a world of routine death, regret, and senility underlined with dark humor and the seeds of deepest hope. Meanwhile, the key to her mystery is locked insides the memory of an old man who has traveled, studied, written, and fogotten more than Emily has ever known. "Esteemed Colleagues, As you area already well aware, it became necessary in the course of natural scientific inquiry for us to confirm or deny the claims that Harmony, Nebraska, had in 1882 been the site of a minor gold rush. Because no map contained any hint of geological aberration that might indicate any remote possibility that there could be a vein or deposit, I raveled out to Harmony this summer and inspectie the South Loup myself." --Professor Owen Thibodeaux
About the author
Adam G. Fleming lives in Goshen, Indiana, with his wife and four children. He is self-employed as a leadership coach working with business executives, writers and other artists, and spiritual leaders. His clients enjoy business growth, increased vision and purpose, work/family lifestyle balance, and freedom from writer's block. Fleming was raised in the tiny towns of Tiskilwa, Illinois; Wembo Nyama, Zaire; and Wellman, Iowa. He earned his first college degree in nursing and worked as a C.N.A. and L.P.N. for five years, from 1992 to 1996. White Buffalo Gold draws heavily on these experiences. Fleming's other artistic ventures include working as a sculptor and playwright. His first full-length theater production, A Pebble Among the Rocks (2010), opens for its world premiere run at the end of October 2012 in Edwardsburg, Michigan. A Pebble Among the Rocis is an early version of the story that the author gradually expanded into his debut novel, White Buffalo Gold.
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