Gold Mountain Burns by Plane Williams
A Chinatown missionary must lead a group of 50 former prostitute slave girls to safety through the wrecked and burning city of 1906 San Francisco.
In 1906 San Francisco, with a population of 400,000, is California’s largest city. It’s also one of the most corrupt cities in America; The Barbary Coast section of the city is the West Coast’s adult playground. It’s known as “Sin City” and it offers every pleasure and pastime including gambling, alcohol, drugs, and prostitution
A small band of church folk and other do-gooders wage relentless war against the Chinese prostitute slave traders. They garner public support, they battle in the courts, and when corrupt officials refuse to help the prostitute slaves- many who are mere children, they resort to covert and daring rescues
Now, amidst one of the worst natural disasters in US history and pursued by vengeful assassins, a Chinatown missionary assisted by her nephew and several close friends must lead a group of 50 former slave girls to safety through the wrecked and burning city. It's three days of terror, tragedy, and triumph- when
Gold Mountain Burns.
(Book Two of the Gold Mountain Series)
- Classification: Universal
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- First submitted May 3, 2010
- Last updated May 3, 2010
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