Author tawni odell was born and raised in the coal region of western pennsylvania and sets all of her novels in lost creek a small coal mining town in that area her stories are told by working. The novel moves swiftly along as doyle and the sheriff pursue clues the story touches on the hard lives of the retired miners the town itself lost creek can be seen as a metaphor for the terminal state of the coal mining industry although none of the characters speaks openly about the sea changes in energy production. Coal was a backbone of british industry in last half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century martin cruz smith weaves a tale of mystery that keeps you turning the pages that intricately describes the dangerous mining of coal by the two classes of british society engaged in the deep pit coal mining industry. Books shelved as coal mining gray mountain by john grisham fall of giants by ken follett faith hope and ivy june by phyllis reynolds naylor how gre. And fireworks are what buford gets in tom gilcos self published novel the long journey home a murder mystery set in the coalfields of hickory a mythical west virginia county modeled on logan buford a hickory native who left the area at age 15 to see the world returns 25 years later as a troubleshooter for the pinnacle group a new york investment firm that has a stake in the coal company
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