February 18th, 2022
Memorializing a national shame
Those of you who do not live in Colorado—and perhaps some who do—may never have heard of the infamous Camp Amache, a square-mile parched, desolate land in the southeastern corner of the state. Named after a Native American woman, Camp Amache was the smallest of the ten internment camps created in a fit of national hysteria to imprison 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War Two.
Bruce Most is an award-winning mystery novelist and short-story writer. His latest novel, The Big Dive, is the sequel to the award-winning Murder on the Tracks, which features a street cop seeking redemption while investigating a string of murders in 1949 Denver. His award-winning Rope Burn involves cattle rustling and murder in contemporary Wyoming ranch country. Bonded for Murder and Missing Bonds features feisty Denver bail bondswoman, Ruby Dark.