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Moving Serafina

by Bob Cherry

Late in life, Clayton Elliot faces long-deferred, hard choices. Circumstances force him to bury his recently deceased wife, Adelita, in the little West Texas border town of Solitario instead of next to their...


Dividing Western Waters: Mark Wilmer and Arizona v. California

by Jack L. August

The Scopes Monkey Trial, the Sacco and Vanzetti case, Brown v the Board of Education, and even subsequent televised high profile murder trials pale in comparison to Arizona v California, argues author Jack August...


Elmer Kelton: : Essays and Memories

by Judy Alter & James Ward Lee

Editors Judy Alter and James Ward Lee gathered together a group of Kelton aficionados who had either published or taught or sold his books, or were simply friends. In several meetings, they divided up the main...


Katharine of Aragon: The Story of a Spanish Princess and an English Queen

by Jean Plaidy

For the first time in paperback—all three of Jean Plaidy’s Katharine of Aragon novels in one volume.

Legendary historical novelist Jean Plaidy begins her tales of Henry VIII’s queens with the story of his...


Legacy of the Sacred Harp

by Chloe Webb

In Legacy of the Sacred Harp, author Chloe Webb follows the history of this musical form back four hundred years, and in the process uncovers the harrowing legacy of her Dumas family line. Webb set out on a...


Comanche Sundown

by Jan Reid

 

Comanche Sundown is the story of the great war chief Quanah Parker, a freed slave and cowboy named Bose Ikard, and the women they love.

Comanche Sundown lays out a sprawling and plausible recast of Southwestern...


Texas, My Texas: Musings of the Rambling Boy

by Lonn Taylor

In this collection of essays about Texas gathered from his West Texas newspaper column, Lonn Taylor traverses the very best of Texas geography, Texas history, and Texas personalities. In a state so famous for...


Vulgar the Viking and the Terrible Talent Show

by Odin Redbeard & Sarah Horne

From singing and dancing to doing things with pickled herring – the villagers of Blubber are gifted in many ways. And they've decided to have a talent contest to prove it. Vulgar knows it's his time to shine....


Weighty Words, Too

by Paul Levitt, Elissa Guralnick & Katherine Karcz

Young readers will build their vocabularies with this new, amusing collection of weighty words.


Juan the Bear and the Water of Life: La Acequia de Juan del Oso

by Enrique R. Lamadrid, Juan Arellano & Amy Córdova

The legend of the stouthearted man who moved mountains and rivers to create the most famous acequia in northern New Mexico is retold in both English and Spanish for a new generation of young readers.


Acequia Culture: Water, Land, and Community in the Southwest

by José A. Rivera

Lays out the contemporary legal and administrative status of these ancient irrigation institutions, suggesting public policy measures to keep the system alive.


Edge of Taos Desert: An Escape to Reality

by Mabel Luhan, Lois Palken Rudnick & John Collier

Autobiographical account describing Luhan's first months in New Mexico.


Diné Bahane': The Navajo Creation Story

by Paul Zolbrod

This is the most complete version of the Navajo creation story to appear in English since Washington Matthews' Navajo Legends of 1847. Zolbrod's new translation renders the power and delicacy of the oral storytelling...


Tennis Training: Enhancing On-court Performance

by Mark Kovacs, W. Britt Chandler & T. Jeff Chandler

Filled with action photographs to illustrate the exercises and techniques, this book distills contemporary scientific research into easily accessible principles for designing and implementing tennis training...


SIN

by Gina Gelkov

After twenty years, Mafia Hit man Luca Santoro is out of prison and looking for the woman who put him there. Sienna Silvanov, wife of a famous Jewellery Magnate is the target of his revenge, but she's a woman...


White Vespa

by Kevin Oderman

Does art clarify or obscure love? With a photographic eye, Kevin Oderman probes family secrets on an exotic island.


The Master Cleanse Coach: Expert Coaching for You and Your Friends

by Peter Glickman

Weight loss has become a national problem that continues to grow. Detoxification is also getting more attention every day as people realize just how many toxins, pesticides and food allergies are part of everyday...


The Sons of Adam

by Alan Mackie

A diary kept by journalist Alan Mackie in Cairo in 1973 during the 7 Day War with Israel and the effect it has had on present Egyptian politics and attitudes to the West


The Highland Clearances

by Eric Richards

Description: A documented study of Scotland's most emotive subjects. It traces the origins of the Clearances from the eighteenth century to their culmination in the crofting legislation of the 1880s, showing...


Britain's Last Frontier: A Journey Along the Highland Line

by Alistair Moffat

The Highland Line is Britain’s last meaningful frontier. First recognised by Agricola in the first century AD (parts of its most northerly section mark the furthest north the Romans advanced), it divides the...