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Larry McMurtry


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Larry McMurtry, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Lonesome Dove, is the author of twenty-seven novels, two collections of essays, three memoirs, and more than thirty screenplays, and is the editor of an anthology of modern Western fiction. He lives in Archer City, Texas.
 
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Bigfoot Dreams (1986)
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"One of our finest writers... She is deft and deep, and the fun she has here with popular culture is wonderful."
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All Around Me Peaceful (1989)
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"Kent Nelson shows how place itself can press upon the human nervous system with intolerable weight."
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Franklin's Crossing (1992)
Clay Reynolds
"Ambitious and absorbing."
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Boomerang / Never Die (1994)
Barry Hannah
"The best fiction writer in the South since Flannery O'Connor."
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Private Altars (1995)
Katherine Mosby
"A beautiful first novel."
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Eden (1997)
Frederic Bean
"Well-paced, readable, vivid."
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Any Kind Of Luck (2001)
William Jack Sibley
"Lively, funny and moving."
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Moloka'i (2003)
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Alan Brennert
"A moving story - a vivid picture of Hawaii before it became the Touristland it is today."
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Texas Gold (2004)
Tim McGuire
"Tim McGuire writes a good western, the story fast-paced, the characters vividly drawn."
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Lime Creek (2011)
Joe Henry
"A wonderful book."
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Yellow Woman and a Beauty of the Spirit (2013)
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"The essays are lit by the power and the brilliance that...have marked Lesile Silko as one of the finest prose writers of her generation."
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Presidio (2018)
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"Randy Kennedy captures the funny yet tragic relentlessness of survival in an unforgiving place. Let's hope he keeps his novelistic cool and brings us much, much more."
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Wolves of Eden (2018)
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"Kevin McCarthy is a fresh voice, and a keen one. This Irish thriller writer has ventured boldly into a new continent and a new history. His place is the American West in the 1860s, when the long, sad carnage was winding its grim way toward Wounded Knee. With this story of profound tragedy, his new readers will be many."

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