RENO by Max Miller

RENO

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Breezy, casual, pleasing telling about the ""biggest little city in the world"". A national clinic for wrecked domestic and marital nerves. Once a town of miners and gamblers and loggers and Chinamen; it still preserves the independent spirit, the faire of its early settlers. Miller takes up alternately the modern aspects and the past -- gambling houses, old style and new, lawyers, dude ranches, places of interest, stories of the Comstock Lode. Local characters.

Pub Date: Feb. 25th, 1941
Publisher: Dodd, Mead