Hemingway in Hawaii – War Would Come, Death Would Follow
Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn visited Hawaii on their way to China in early 1941. Did a prize Marlin and a hunt for Bighorn sheep on the Big Island lead to a literary classic and the Nobel Prize? One of Hawaii's leading writers, Ray Pace takes the reader on an unforgettable journey into the possibilities.
About Ray Pace (Hawaii Author)
Veteran Print and broadcast writer Ray Pace lives in Waikoloa Village on the Big Island of Hawaii. He is founding President of the Hawaii Writers Guild, a member of the Kohala Writers Group, and the Waimea Writers Support Group. His books are Hemingway in Hawaii: Bearstone Blackie, Detective: Hemingway, Memories of Les: and Captain Mike's Honolulu Fright Night Tour, a ghost story. Disappearing Act, a Las Vegas thriller is slated for publication in mid-2018.