by Hutchinson .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Once Upon a Tombstone (Ace Gothic, G) by Elizabeth Salter A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Rating: % positive. “The best English-language account [Tombstone] combines thorough statistical analysis with detailed archival research and heart-rending oral histories.” ―Matthew C. Klein, Bloomberg “Without a doubt the definitive account--for now and probably for a long time One of the most important books--not just China books--of our time.”Cited by: Once Upon a Tombstone Elizabeth Salter | Ace Books | | pages Cryptic flashbacks, mysterious deaths surrounding a beautiful protagonist, and dangerous former Nazi agents still at large in the scenic Austrian Alps all fail to elevate this prosaic tale of romance, lost inheritance, and murder. Stricken by a vivid case of déjà. It is a tombstone for my father who died of hunger in , for the 36 million Chinese who also died of hunger, for the system that caused their death and perhaps for myself for writing this book." Yang Jishen's book is banned in China. It is a passionate and angry account of one of the 20th century's most shocking man-made disasters.4/5.
The first edition of this book was publsihed in and is one of the first if not the first book to describe Tombstone in its early days. It gives an account of the Earp/Clanton fight and of the various characters in Tombstone including John H. Behan. Yang Jisheng's Tombstone is the book that broke the silence on of one of history's most terrible crimes. More people died in Mao's Great Famine than in the entire First World War, yet this story has remained largely untold, until now/5(). Tombstone (to͞om′stōn′) A city of southeast Arizona southeast of Tucson. After silver was discovered here in , Tombstone became one of the richest and most lawless frontier mining towns. tombstone (to͞om′stōn′) n. A gravestone. tombstone (ˈtuːmˌstəʊn) n another word for gravestone Tombstone (ˈtuːmˌstəʊn) n (Placename) a. Tombstone Arizona Books Over the years there have been many books written about the old mining camp of Tombstone. From fiction books touting Wyatt Earp as the 'Lion of Tombstone' to non-fiction books on the history of the famous town.
Gravestone verses can include meaningful and comforting quotes, scriptural verses, or even words from a song. If you need help choosing a Bible verse for a gravestone or tombstone, hopefully these Top 11 bible Verses to put on tombstones will provide you with the perfect verse. "Helldorado" by Billy Breakinridge () - The first real Tombstone book, Breakenridge was a deputy sheriff to Sheriff Behan and this semi-autobiographical book presents a less favorable view of. A unique reading experience! Each month you'll receive a book (can be paperback or hardcover) to read, a 5" x 7" quote print, along with corresponding gifts to match a quote/item mentioned in the book. Each individually wrapped with a page number. Readers, open the gifts as they finish the corresponding page. The experience is unforgettable! You can find just about anything on the sidewalks of New York, so when John Lankenau happened upon a tombstone while walking his dog one night a few years ago, he took his grim discovery in stride.