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EMMA CHIZZIT AND THE MOTHER LODE MARAUDER.
Edition: First paperback printing.
New York: Worldwide, (1996.). Third in a series of mysteries featuring senior citizen Emma Chizzit, owner of a salvage company. Set in California's historic Gold Rush country. 252 pp,. ISBN: 0-373-261780.
Condition: Good only (some spine slant, minor creasing.)Book ID: 44837More details Price: $7.50
Edition: First printing, a trade paperback.
Baltimore: Publishamerica Inc, (2004.). First edition - Historical fiction set in California's gold rush country in the mid 19th century, and highlighting the conflict between the rancheros and the gold miners. 372 pp. ISBN: 1-413730655.
Condition: Fine in illustated wrappers.Book ID: 37842More details Price: $20.00
MOKELUMNE HILL COMMUNITY COOKBOOK.
Collierville, TN: Fundcraft, n.d. (ca 1980). First edition - A community cookbook compiled by members of the 4-H Club from the small California gold rush town of Mokelumne Hill - a town settled in 1849 - in Calaveras County. 50 pp plus index, household hints, measurements, etc.
Condition: Near fine in stiff illustrated wrappers with a black comb binding.Book ID: 81060More details Price: $15.00
DEAD AS A DOOR NAIL
Edition: Trade paperback.
Lincoln: iUniverse, Inc., (2004.). From the back cover: "In his first novel, Henry Harold Mottishaw describes the unique area of the Mother Lode along with the trials and tribulations of Bay Area Dot Commers moving away from the rat-race of the city to the "safety" of the Gold Country. . . Les Moore's wandering eyes, gold mines, a rags-to-riches tale, blackmail, murder, an illegitimate child, "friends," and good food [add up to] an interesting, entertaining, and a good mystery with a little humor in the mix. Who did it? Almost everyone has a motive." 208 pp. ISBN: 0-595-309038.
Condition: Very good in glossy illustrated wrappers (crease to corner of front cover.)Book ID: 53838More details Price: $12.00
MOKELUMNE HILL HISTORY SOCIETY OVER THE HILL GANG COOKBOOK.
n.d. (ca 1980). First edition - A community cookbook from the small gold rush town of Mokelumne Hill - a town settled in 1849 - in Calaveras County. Brief news snippets from the late 1800s are interspersed with the recipes. 49 pp.
Condition: Near fine in stiff illustrated wrappers with a blue comb binding.Book ID: 81059More details Price: $15.00