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Read Online The Bluegrass Conspiracy: An Inside Story of

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Read Online The Bluegrass Conspiracy: An Inside Story of Power, Greed,

Drugs & Murder { PDF } Ebook

Read Online The

Bluegrass

Conspiracy: An

Inside Story of

Power, Greed,

Drugs & Murder {

PDF } Ebook

Description

Sally Denton is an investigative reporter, author, and historian who

writes about the subjects others ignore--from a drug conspiracy in

Kentucky to organized crime in Las Vegas; from corruption within the

Mormon Church to the hidden history of Manifest Destiny; from one of

America's bitterest political campaigns to the powerful forces arrayed

against Franklin D. Roosevelt. She has an extensive background in print

and broadcast journalism, including newspapers, magazines, and

television, and is the author of eight books of narrative history and

investigative nonfiction. While the subjects of her books at first

glance seem disparate, they are actually unified by a central theme of

the exploration of subjects in American history--and especially in the

American West--that have been neglected or marginalized. What she has

done in her 30-year career is to explore the unmentioned truths about

America--what the eminent scholar Daniel Boorstin called 'Hidden

History.' She is a Guggenheim fellow, a Woodrow Wilson public scholar, a

Hoover Institute Media Fellow, a Black Mountain/Kluge fellow, the

recipient of two Western Heritage Awards, and has been inducted into the

Nevada Writers Hall of Fame. She is a fourth generation Nevadan, where

she began her journalism career in 1976, and is a longtime resident of

Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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