Water Ghosts by Shawna Yang Ryan
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Water Ghosts Summary
Locke, CA, 1928 - Three bedraggled Chinese women suddenly appear out of the mist one afternoon in a small Chinese farming town on the Sacramento River, and their arrival throws the community into confusion. Two of the women are unknown to the townspeople, while the third is the long-lost wife of Richard Fong, the handsome manager of the local gambling parlor, who had left her behind in China many years earlier and had not yet returned for her.
Water Ghosts Reviews
"Ryan's fluid flashbacks allow the past to sweep over the collective population of Locke..." - Publishers Weekly.
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Water Ghosts was previously published by an independent, non-profit press as Locke 1928.
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