Fiction

The King of Taos

A Novel
By Max Evans

Max Evans, the beloved New Mexican writer of such enduring classics of Western fiction as The Rounders and The Hi-Lo Country, returns to form with The King of Taos.

War and Music

A Medley of Love
By Max Evans

An unlikely group of characters attempt to carve out a normal existence at a French country estate in the midst of World War II.

Subjects: Fiction

Take Daily as Needed

A Novel in Stories
By Kathryn Trueblood

“Never a false note, never a line of dialogue that didn’t feel heartbreakingly real, the work seems to open a seam in the experience of parenting that has never been pulled open before.”—Ashley Shelby, author of South Pole Station: A Novel

Subjects: Fiction

Cabañuelas

A Novel
By Norma Elia Cantú

In Cantú's latest novel Nena must decide where she can best be true to her entire self: in Spain with Paco or in Laredo, her home, where her job and family await her return.

Subjects: Fiction

Sacred Smokes

By Theodore C. Van Alst

This dark, compelling, occasionally inappropriate, and often hilarious linked story collection introduces a character who defies all stereotypes about urban life and Indians.

Subjects: Fiction

Found Documents from the Life of Nell Johnson Doerr

A Novel
By Thomas Fox Averill

Not just epistolary, this novel is archival, told entirely through journals, letters, photos, drawings, notes, and clippings left behind by Nell Doerr, who lived in Lawrence, Kansas, between 1854 and 1889.

Subjects: Fiction

The Race

Tales in Flight
By Patrick Nagatani

The Race is a novel about the discovery of fifteen Supermarine Spitfire airplanes buried in Burma at the end of World War II and their subsequent excavation, acquisition, and transformation into state-of-the-art floatplanes, capable of traveling long distances and landing at sea.

Subjects: Fiction

Stubby Pringle's Christmas

By Jack Schaefer
Illustrations by Lorence Bjorklund

In true Schaefer fashion, Stubby Pringle delights readers and fills our hearts with the magic and spirit of Christmas.

Subjects: Fiction

Monte Walsh

By Jack Schaefer

Originally published in 1963, Monte Walsh continues to delight readers as a Western classic and popular favorite.

Subjects: Fiction

Mavericks

By Jack Schaefer
Illustrations by Lorence Bjorklund

“Unabashedly sentimental, this has some stunning scenes and a rhythm as smooth as a slow canter. And Old Jake, symbol of the best of the old West, leaves some indestructible memories.”— Kirkus Reviews

Subjects: Fiction

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