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Seldom Disappointed A Memoir (Paperback)

Author:  Tony Hillerman
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0060505869
ISBN-13: 9780060505868
Sku: 31006992
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.75H x 5.25L x 1T
Pages:  368
Age Range:  NA
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This is a splendid memoir, an affectionate and unvarnished recollection of the life of one of AmericaUs best-loved writers today. Beginning with his upbringing in Depression-era Oklahoma, this book spans HillermanUs tour of duty in France in World War II, his newspaper career, and his now legendary entry into publishing. Photo inserts.
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In this affectionate and unvarnished recollection of his past, Tony Hillerman looks at seventy-six years spent getting from hard-times farm boy to bestselling author. Using the gifts of a talented novelist and reporter, Hillerman draws brilliant portrait not just of his life, but of the world around him.

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Tony Hillerman
Tony Hillerman grew up in Sacred Heart, Oklahoma, a small, mostly Catholic town that had not long before been Indian territory. His parents ran a modest general store and sent him off as a small boy to be educated at a boarding school for Indian girls, where many of his friends were Seminole and Patowatomi Indians. While attending Oklahoma State University, Hillerman enlisted in U.S. Infantry and won numerous medals during World War II, including a Purple Heart for injuries he suffered to his head and legs. Eloquent letters written home to his mother prompted a reporter to encourage him to follow a literary career. In 1948 he received a B.A. in journalism and began working as a reporter in Texas, Oklahoma, and eventually Sante Fe, New Mexico. He settled down there for many years, earning a graduate degree at the University of New Mexico, where he eventually became a professor and chairman of the Journalism Department. In the 1960s, Hillerman began writing his Native American mysteries starring Navajo detectives Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee, novels which slowly gained notoriety until he became not only a nationally best-selling author, but also a critically acclaimed writer who was popular with both reviewers and the Navajo Nation. It bestowed an award upon him in 1987 in recognition of his accurate and compassionate portrayal of the Navajo people. Amongst all the accolades he received, this recognition from the Navajo made him most proud. Hillerman past away in October 2008 of pulmonary failure.

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Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0368
Product attributePublisher:   Harper Perennial
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