Yellowfish, a novel by John Keeble
Yellowfish, a novel by John Keeble.
"Wesley Erks, itinerant machinist and "high class jack-of-all-trades," takes a hefty fee for smuggling a group of illegal Chinese immigrants ("yellowfish") from British Columbia to San Franscisco in the 1970s. The tale of their perilous journey, filled with vivid fictional and historical characters, conjures the story of the West itself."
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