REVIEW :: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Some of the best-known historical novelists are E.L. Doctorow (“Ragtime,” among other books), Gore Vidal (“Lincoln,” etc.) and James Michener (“Alaska,” one of many geographic locales used as his settings for combining history with fiction).   Paul Malmont has not joined their ranks yet, but he might if he decides to continue writing historical fiction as fascinating as “Jack London in Paradise.”

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