Yamhill Press, at Powell’s Books, 3723 SE Hawthorne, Thursday, June 12th at 7:30 p.m. This is the fourth Sage Adair historical mystery, set in the Pacific Northwest in 1903. Sage is an undercover union operative who has some serious problems on his hands. Someone is holding young boys hostage, keeping them as sexual playthings for those who can afford them; Sage wants to find out who’s behind the slavery ring and stop them once and for all. Meanwhile, President Theodore Roosevelt’s cross-country train journey is nearing Portland, Oregon, where, Sage has it on fairly good authority, Roosevelt will be assassinated, and Sage’s union comrades will be framed for the killing. Will Sage rescue the enslaved boys and stop the murder of a president? Get your copy and find out.
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