Galveston, TX – February 20th, 2018 – There is so much in a book that leaves you gasping for more, a book like this has been written by RH. Peake titled “Moon’s Black Gold”.
This book is about an Everett “Moon” Lunamin who returns from battles in Vietnam determined to gain wealth and social status mining coal during the coal boom of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Moon struggles with his cousin George Landsetter, a reclamation officer, and surface mining competitors whose greed exceeds their ethics. He succeeds and marries his high school sweetheart, whose family accepts him because he is now wealthy. Moon becomes unhappy that his wife Susan enjoys his money but is unhappy with his efforts to obtain it. They both neglect their son and seek companionship outside their marriage, but Susan refuses divorce to keep her lifestyle. Moon returns from a trip to Africa with his lover and finds Susan murdered with his shotgun. Beset by the IRS, an ambitious prosecutor, and several jealous cousins, Moon struggles to save his business and his life.
This book is filled with a lot of imaginative illustrations written in well-structured and simple English. It is guaranteed to wow its readers and keep them on the edge of their seats in agitation as they pace through from page to page.
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About the author
Emeritus Professor at the University Of Virginia College at Wise, Peake has lived in the coalfields of Virginia for forty years. He participated in efforts to obtain legislation regulating surface mining in the 1960s and 1970s. He has published several volumes of poetry and an academic satire, Jack, Be Nimble.
TITLE: Moon’s Black Gold
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Company Name: Toplink Publishing
Contact Person: R H Peake
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