Nard Jones

Nard Jones (1904-1972) was a full-time journalist who also wrote seventeen books, published more than three hundred stories in popular magazines, and broadcast numerous radio programs. He published twelve novels, including a national bestseller, Swift Flows the River, as well as a history of Washington State, Evergreen Land, and The Great Command, a history of the Whitman Mission.

Books by this Author

Oregon Detour

Oregon Detour was first published in 1930, the first novel of a young Northwest journalist who became one of the region's best-known writers. Its new...

out of print

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