Book Reviews of The Great Taos Bank Robbery: and Other Indian Country Affairs

The Great Taos Bank Robbery: and Other Indian Country Affairs
The Great Taos Bank Robbery and Other Indian Country Affairs
Author: Tony Hillerman
ISBN-13: 9780061011733
ISBN-10: 0061011738
Publication Date: 5/1997
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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They are true tales of New Mexico, but told only as Tony, one of America's greatest yarn spinners can. Most, in particular the "unfeloneous unbankrobbery" in the title essay will have you holding your sides, while at the same time learning something about the unique culture of the Land of Enchantment. Highly recommended
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9 masterpieces of the Southwest.
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A Good book of short stories about Taos and other parts of New Mexico. Somw funny some serious, Not up to "when We Were Wolves though" but quite readable.
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Short stories of the Southwest. entertainting.
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good book
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Nine humorous stories about New Mexico.
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A set of short moderately true stories, first published in 1973.
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Good short stories that took me back to my time in New Mexico - paints the landscape and people well. If you've lived in Albuquerque at some point in the past, these stories will take you right back.
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enjoyable.
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I am not a fan of short stories so it is not to my liking.
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Some of these stories are really good and some of at least worth reading.
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Tony Hillerman is a Navajo Indian, who writes about the southwest. Hillerman fans will delight in in factual stories that appear in fictional stories in the Dance hall of the Dead. This book is a collection of true stories that the author has used for fiction in his novels.This is a great book for those seeking to understand the Navajo culture.
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it was different.