Prospectors, The: A Novel
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13h 49m 6s
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9780063289765

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Ariel Djanikian., Ariel Djanikian|AUTHOR., Jorjeana Marie|READER., & Samara Naeymi|READER. (2023). Prospectors, The: A Novel . HarperAudio.

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	The middle daughter of struggling California fruit farmers, Alice Bush is accustomed to feeling inferior and destitute. But when her elder sister's husband strikes a vein of gold in the Yukon Territory, Alice finally seizes control of her destiny by joining a wave of white settlers making the dangerous trek to the Klondike.
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