“Buried Treasure: California author Gregory Crouch digs deep into Wild West history,” Alta, Journal of Alta California, June 18, 2018, by Beth Spotswood.
“When Mining Camps were the Tech Incubators of the West,” by Gregory Crouch for The California Sun, June 18, 2018. (Scroll to the bottom)
“The Mining Millionaire Americans Couldn’t Help but Love“: An excerpt from THE BONANZA KING published by Smithsonian Magazine.
Booklist on THE BONANZA KING—”a well-written and laudatory biography of a remarkable and admirable man.”
Publisher’s Weekly on THE BONANZA KING—”Crouch’s comprehensive narrative combines the history of Nevada’s bustling Comstock Mine with the tale of how penniless miner John Mackay became a famous multimillionaire. . . . a thorough tribute to the life and work of an honest man who earned his fortune and kept his good name in an era of fierce competition and astounding corruption.”
Kirkus on THE BONANZA KING—”. . . full of useful pointers on how to treat people and build an enduring legacy and fortune . . . Admirers of scrupulous entrepreneurship will find much of value in this book.”
Kirkus on CHINA’S WINGS—”dramatically rendered and obsessively researched.”
Kirkus on ENDURING PATAGONIA—”readers will be cheering this endearing lunk on, rapt. . . Authentic alpine rambles, joyful and not a little bit lunatic.”