The Quicksilver Kid: A Gold Rush Adventure

The Quicksilver Kid: A Gold Rush Adventure

by Steve Hailes

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Overview

This is a fine novel. I really enjoyed reading it.

--Kitty Monahan, Director New Almaden Quicksilver Museum

This is a great story.

--Larry Comstock, San Jose author of Henry Halleck and the Almaden Quicksilver Mines.

The Quicksilver Kid is available on unabridged audio tape by Books in Motion of Spokane, Washington (800-752-3199).

Other California novels by Mr. Hailes are as follows:

California Guns #1: Gila Bend Showdown - starts in Texas in the late 1840s and tells the story of a manhunt on the way to California, ending at a showdown at Gila Bend.

California Guns #2: Monterey Deathsong - the story of an ex-Texas Ranger preventing trouble at Californias first constitutional convention in 1849 in Monterey.

California Guns #3: Trouble in Mariposa - the story of corruption and greed in the gold fields of California.

California Guns #4: Santa Lucia Secrets - there was Spanish treasure and other secrets in the hills, wealth worth more than gold.

California Guns #5: West of Yuma - the trail between Yuma on the Colorado River and San Diego was filled with danger and a man seeking revenge.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453582640
Publisher: Xlibris US
Publication date: 01/27/2000
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 193
File size: 238 KB

About the Author

Mr. Hailes began writing in a high school Plane Geometry class where he wrote his first science fiction novel. His writing took a back seat for the next twenty years as he got married, graduated in English from the University of Utah, worked on a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature, became a salesman and then sales manager for Highlights for Children, managed a twenty-story medical building in Minneapolis, and finally came to California as a technical writer. Mr. Hailes lives south of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California about five miles from the historic Quicksilver County Park, the site of a gun battle in his western adventure novel, The Quicksilver Kid. For the last fourteen years, he has been writing technical manuals and training materials for companies such as IBM, Claris, Hewlett-Packard, and 3Com. He has written books with titles like TokenLink III 16-bit Micro Channel Adapter Guide, LANALert Network Management System User’s Manual, and Integrated Circuit Measurement System (IC-MS) User’s Manual. He also writes Windows Help Systems. These works, along with their hardware and software, have been purchased by millions of people.

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