A tale of juvenile crime, focusing on one incident in 1892, a murder by a young child. The murder itself is secondary; the main focus is how this act by an 11-year-old shaped the lives of the people involved.
About the Author
Dick Kreck is a journalist who has worked at The San Francisco Examiner and the Los Angeles Times and is now a senior columnist at The Denver Post. Dick Kreck has written three previous books, Colorado's Scenic Railroads, Denver in Flames, and Murder at the Brown Palace.