Author-screenwriter-comedian Chris Enss of Grass Valley adds another title to her 40-plus nonfiction books about the frontier with “Entertaining Women: Actresses, Dancers and Singers in the Old West.”
Author-screenwriter-comedian Chris Enss of Grass Valley adds another title to her 40-plus nonfiction books about the frontier with “Entertaining Women: Actresses, Dancers and Singers in the Old West.” Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Author-screenwriter-comedian Chris Enss of Grass Valley adds another title to her 40-plus nonfiction books about the frontier with “Entertaining Women: Actresses, Dancers and Singers in the Old West.” Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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