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  • Women of Thunderby Jerry Craven

    TCU Press 2015; Not Available

    In an attempt to regain a youthful innocence, Vietnam Veteran Tom Seal returns to El Tigrito, Venezuela, hoping to find his childhood friend, Rosa Rojas, nearly two decades after Tom?s family returned to the United States. Tom longs to recreate an adventure he and Rosa shared when they were young and to return to the ?Eden of their childhood? they... more...

  • If in Later Yearsby Ron Moore

    TCU Press 2015; Not Available

    If in Later Years is filled with poems of depth and insight that provoke, engage, surprise, and astound. Reading Ron Moore?s second collection of poetry takes readers on journeys around the world and back through the ages of time. Each poem is written with great insight, learning, and craft, and each invites multiple readings and reflection. From... more...

  • Restaurantes, rumba y másby Peter Szok

    TCU Press 2015; Not Available

    Taking us well off the beaten path, Peter Szok leads readers on a cultural journey that will make your stomach?and heart?hunger for more. Szok sets the stage by suggesting that Fort Worth is more than just cowboys and world-class museums, but also a city with a rich immigrant heritage. With mouthwatering depictions, he highlights the best Latino... more...

  • Dinosaur Highwayby Laurie Jasinski

    TCU Press 2008; US$ 15.95

    Where the Paluxy River now winds through the North Texas Hill Country, the great lizards of prehistory once roamed, leaving their impressive footprints deep in the limy sludge of what would become the earth?s Cretaceous layer. It wouldn?t be until a summer day in1909, however, when young George Adams went splashing along the creekbed, that chance... more...

  • The Chicken Hangerby Ben Rehder

    TCU Press 2012; US$ 15.95

    The Chicken Hanger confronts the present-day controversy of politics and prejudice along the Texas-Mexico border through the eyes of one illegal immigrant, Ricky Delgado. After Ricky?s brother Tomás is shot in the hand while crossing the border into the U.S., the two must decide to risk deportation and seek justice, or remain silent and endure... more...

  • Adversity Is My Angelby Jack L. August; Raul H. Castro

    TCU Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    Adversity is My Angel traces the astounding life of Raul H. Castro, first and only Hispanic governor of Arizona, through his childhood as a Mexican immigrant in a harsh land to his election as governor of the state and presidential appointments as ambassador to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Argentina. It chronicles how he overcame personal and racial... more...

  • Baja Oklahomaby Dan Jenkins; Jeff Guinn

    TCU Press 2010; US$ 15.95

    Dan Jenkins' second best-known novel, Baja Oklahoma , features protagonist Juanita Hutchins, who can cuss and politically commentate with the best of Jenkins' male protagonists. Still convincingly female, though in no way dumb and girly, fortyish Juanita serves drinks to the colorful crew patronizing Herb's Cafe in South Fort Worth, worries herself... more...

  • Dancing Nakedby Mary Rogers

    TCU Press 2008; US$ 15.95

    Almost every journalist asks the subjects of profiles to tell the truth. Only Mary Rogers requires them to ?dance naked.? To Rogers, an award-winning columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram , that term signifies a pact between the writer, the subject and the reader: only when stories eliminate artifice and express honest beliefs and emotions... more...

  • Dictionary of the American Westby Win Blevins

    TCU Press 2008; US$ 15.95

    Did you ever need to spell ?dogie? (as in, get-along-little), or need to know what a ?sakey? is? This is the book that can tell you how to spell, pronounce, and define over 5,000 terms relative to the American West. Want to know what a ?breachy? cow is? Turn to page 43 to learn that it?s an adjective used to describe a cow that has a tendency to... more...

  • Comanche Sundownby Jan Reid

    TCU Press 2010; US$ 15.95

      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 history that brings Pat Garrett, Billy the Kid, Bat Masterson, Colonel Ranald ?Bad Hand? Mackenzie, and General William T. Sherman... more...