The road to Yuba City: a journey into the Juan Corona murders

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Doubleday, 1974 - Law - 317 pages
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User Review  - Brand Hilton - Goodreads

Kidder's first book about a series of murders in California's central valley which may or may not have been committed by the man convicted of them. Shows all of the care Kidder takes in his later books, just not as polished as his later efforts. Read full review

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Tracy Kidder's first book and the only one that he hates (he actually bought the rights to it so that it won't ever be reprinted again.) But it's not so bad. Sometimes stylistically awkward and in the ... Read full review

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Contents

On the Way to Yuba City
3
First Grave
20
Do You Know This Man?
33
Copyright

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Exley, Frederick
The Road To Yuba City: A Journey into the Juan Corona Murders. Original typescript, 1 pg. Kinsolving, William Lee. Screenplay of A Fan's Notes, ...
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About the author (1974)

Tracy Kidder was educated at the University of Iowa and Harvard University. He served in the US Army in Vietnam. Kidder has garnered numerous literary awards including the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction and the National Book Award for General Nonfiction both in 1982. He has also been honored with the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, 1990 and the Christopher Award, 1990. His publications include numerous nonfiction articles and short fiction for The Atlantic and other periodicals. Non-Fiction books include The Road to Yuba City, Doubleday, 1974; The Soul of a New Machine, Atlantic Monthly-Little Brown, 1981 for which he won a Pulitzer and a National Book Award; House, Houghton Mifflin, 1985; Old Friends, Houghton Mifflin, 1993; Home Town, Random House, 1999; Mountains Beyond Mountains, Random House, 2003; My Detachment, Random House, 2005; Strength in What Remains, Random House, 2009.

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