Copper Sky
by Milana Marsenich

Copper Sky
Milana Marsenich
ISBN-10: 0998427462 / ISBN-13: 978-0998427461 
SRP (Paperback) $16.95 / SRP (eBook) $7.99

The feminine spirit of the West comes alive in early twentieth century Montana.

Set in the Copper Camp of Butte, Montana in 1917, Copper Sky tells the story of two women with opposite lives. Kaly Shane, mired in prostitution, struggles to find a safe home for her unborn child, while Marika Lailich, a Slavic immigrant, dodges a pre-arranged marriage to become a doctor. As their paths cross, and they become unlikely friends, neither knows the family secret that ties them together.
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Reviews & Media

"A lovely and elegantly written book."—Mara Panich-Crouch, bookseller at Fact and Fiction Bookstore, for the Missoulian

“Copper Sky is a well-researched, engaging story with strong women characters who reflect so much of Butte's personality - then and now. A definite must-read.”—Connie Daugherty, Midwest Book Review

​“A dazzling heartfelt epic of friendship and loss, love and renewal. Copper Sky conjures the unimaginable heartbreak of Butte’s history with compassion and grand vision and a storyteller’s genius. If you love Montana’s rich and ghosted past, don’t miss this read.”—Debra Magpie Earling, author of Perma Red

“A riveting story of darkness and redemption...”—Phil Condon, author of Clay Center, Montana Surround, and Nine Ten Again