‘Hemingway in Hawaii’ just published
Did a prize Marlin and hunt for bighorn sheep on the Big Island lead to a literary classic and the Nobel Prize? Waikoloa Village resident and Hawaii Writers Guild president Ray Pace takes readers on a journey into the possibilities in his new newest book, released last week. It follows Ernest Hemingway and Martha Gellhorn during their visit to Hawaii on their way to China in early 1941.
Pace is also author of “Bearstone Blackie, Detective” and “Hemingway, Memories of Les.”