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Glory Hole: The elusive pursuit of gold, love and truth
by Chris F. Fotheringham
Sarah Stetson and Bud Foster sacrifice young love to go separate ways, carrying notions too big for the remote Cherry Creek Springs. Twenty-five years later, they are unsuspectingly reunited as a new rush for gold transforms their northern Nevada hometown into a breeding ground for trouble.
Sarah, now a renowned defense attorney, tries to save her sister's ranch from a Colorado mining company. Bud, a sure-footed reporter, hires on with The Cherry Creek Record to focus on the festering discontent over federal controls of Western lands. Their love rekindled, they begin lifting rocks, delving into the town's deepest dark, and exposing a Stetson family secret to the disturbing flush of truth.
About the Author
Chris F. Fotheringham is an independent journalist who has reported and edited for newspapers in California, Idaho, and Nevada. Originally from southern Utah, where his family had its roots in hard-rock mining, Fotheringham first began writing news articles in the early 1990s about the flourishing modern-day gold mines in northern Nevada's Carlin Trend. A 1976 graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia's School of Journalism, the former high school English teacher moved to Elko, Nevada, in 1999 to write his novel, Glory Hole.
(2011, paperback, 286 pages)