Texas Center for the Book Announces the 2024 Texas Great Reads

Graphic with text reading 2024 Texas Great Read Program Selections and covers of The Which Way Tree and The Mystery of the Monarchs, with the Texas Center for the Book and TSLAC logos.

Many libraries across Texas carry copies of The Which Way Tree and The Mystery of the Monarchs; we encourage you to check them out! Talking Book Program patrons may request the The Which Way Tree now (DB 90644) ,  and The Mystery of the Monarchs will be available soon! In addition, both books are available through E-Read Texas, TSLAC’s statewide program that provides e-books to small and medium-sized public libraries statewide; if your local library is part of this network, you can access the books this way, too.

Every year, the Library of Congress asks each state Center for the Book to select titles that represent the state’s literary landscape to highlight at the National Book Festival, an event showcasing the importance of books and reading. This year’s festival will be held August 24 in Washington, DC, and online. Check out the Library of Congress website for details.

This summer, TSLAC will hold two video webinars, one for each book, including a video interview with each author and the opportunity for readers to ask questions. Stay tuned for registration. These events will be free and available on TSLAC’s YouTube channel after airing.

The Texas Center for the Book invites Texans to read The Mystery of the Monarchs and The Which Way Tree. For more information on the 2024 Texas Great Read Program, including synopses of the books, information about the authors and illustrator, and upcoming events, visit www.tsl.texas.gov/greatreadtexas.

Texas Talking Book Program Author Talk: Rubén Degollado

Join the Talking Book Program for an author talk on Tuesday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. (Central) with award winning author Rubén Degollado.

Reader’s Advisory Librarian Laura Jean will talk with him about his career as an educator and author as well as his book, THE FAMILY IZQUIERDO: A NOVEL (DBC 28906).  A Q&A chat will follow.

Promo image of stage with red curtain and old fashioned chrome microphone with TBP and TSLAC logos and text mirroring post body with author name, date, etc.

Our Author Talks meet via Zoom; however, all you need to participate is a telephone! If you have a land line, you will use the telephone number. If you have a smart phone, you will use the “one-tap” number to join the discussion. We will also email a Zoom link invitation to those who prefer to use a computer. This information will be sent to all patrons who RSVP a week prior to the author talk.

We would also like to offer you the opportunity to ask Rubén Degollado questions about his book. Please submit questions by April 16. We will choose questions based on the responses to this form and they may be asked during the event!

Submit your questions at: https://forms.gle/Xagif6CpPgKgvuNj8

To RSVP, please reply to this email, or call the Talking Book Program at 1-800-252-9605

Please indicate if you would like us to mail you the digital cartridge or if you prefer to download it from BARD. Also, please let us know if you would like a reminder via email or phone-call (or both).

FAMILY IZQUIERDO: A NOVEL (DBC 28906) by Rubén Degollado

NLS Annotation: “A masterful debut that weaves together the lives of three generations of a Mexican American family bound by love, and a curse. The tight-knit Izquierdo family is grappling with misfortunes none of them can explain. Their beloved patriarch has suffered from an emotional collapse and is dying; eldest son Gonzalo’s marriage is falling apart; daughter Dina, beleaguered by the fear that her nightmares are real, is a shut-in. When Gonzalo digs up a strange object in the backyard of the family home, the Izquierdos take it as proof that a jealous neighbor has cursed them-could this be the reason for all their troubles? As the Izquierdos face a distressing present and an uncertain future, they are sustained by the blood that binds them, a divine presence, and an abiding love for one another. Told in a series of soulful voices brimming with warmth and humor, The Family Izquierdo is a tender narrative of a family at a turning point”– Provided by publisher. Commercial audiobook. Unrated. 2022.

We look forward to having you join us on Tuesday, April 23!

Lariat Adult Fiction Reading List 2024

Since 2009, the Texas Library Association has published the the Lariat Adult Fiction Reading List, highlighting outstanding fiction published during the past year that merits special attention from adult readers. Here are the titles from the 2024 list that are in the TBP collection.

For more information: https://txla.org/tools-resources/reading-lists/lariat/current-list/

ALL THE SINNERS BLEED by S. A. Cosby (DB 115237)
DID YOU HEAR ABOUT KITTY KARR? by Crystal Smith Paul (DB 114592 IN PROCESS)
EMILY WILDE’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF FAERIES by Heather Fawcett (DB 112234, BR 24964 IN PROCESS)
FOURTH WING by Rebecca Yarros (DB 115206, BR 25277 IN PROCESS)
GIRL CALLED SAMSON by Amy Harmon (DB 114233)
GO AS A RIVER by Shelley Read (DB 117785 IN PROCESS)
GOOD NIGHT, IRENE by Luis Alberto Urrea (DB 114929)
HELLO STRANGER by Katherine Center (DB 115383, BR 25244 IN PROCESS, LB 14819)
HORSE by Geraldine Brooks (DB 108556, LB 14085)
INK BLOOD SISTER SCRIBE by Emma Törzs (LB 14844)
MAAME by Jessica George (DB 112961)
MOTHER-DAUGHTER MURDER NIGHT by Nina Simon (DB 116413)
NO TWO PERSONS by Erica Bauermeister (DB 114586 IN PROCESS)
QUIET TENANT by Clémence Michallon (DB 116945 IN PROCESS, LB 14512)
RIVER WE REMEMBER by William Kent Krueger (DB 116354)
ROMANTIC COMEDY by Curtis Sittenfeld (DB 113860, BR 24945 IN PROCESS, LB 14285)
SPITE HOUSE by Johnny Compton (DB 115899)
STARLING HOUSE by Alix E. Harrow (DB 116445)
SYMPHONY OF SECRETS by Brendan Slocumb (DB 114928)
TOM LAKE by Ann Patchett (DB 116555, BR 25129 IN PROCESS, LB 14828)
WHALEFALL by Daniel Kraus (IN PROCESS)
YELLOWFACE by R. F. Kuang (DB 114930, BR 24934 IN PROCESS, LB 14812)
YOURS TRULY by Abby Jimenez (DB 114035)

12 New Texas Titles Now on BARD!

Texas true crime, Kiowa legends, the world’s biggest rodeo, and a satire by the incomparable Dan Jenkins highlight this offering of Texas titles newly available on BARD.

BLOOD LINES by Kathryn Casey
DBC 18698
Adult Fiction
BLUEBONNET OF THE HILL COUNTRY by Mary Brooke Casad
DBC 28895
Juvenile Fiction
BURIED SECRETS: A TRUE STORY OF SERIAL MURDER, BLACK MAGIC, AND DRUG-RUNNING ON THE U.S. BORDER by Edward Humes
DBC 28837
Adult Non-Fiction
CÓMO ALCANZAR SUS OBJETIVOS CON ÉXITO by Joyce Brothers
DBC 27008
Adult Non-Fiction (Spanish)
FANTASMAS AZTECAS: UN PRE-TEXTO by Gustavo Sáinz
DBC 28850
Adult Fiction (Spanish)
GHOST STORIES FROM THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST
DBC 28860
Juvenile Non-Fiction
GLASS SLIPPERS by Nancy Berland
DBC 27000
Adult Fiction
HAND ME ANOTHER BRICK by Charles R. Swindoll
DBC 28972
Adult Non-Fiction
LIMO by Dan Jenkins
DBC 28950
Adult Fiction
MATRIMONIO DE CONVENIENCIAS by Georgette Heyer
DBC 28836
Adult Fiction (Spanish)
SIX YEARS WITH THE TEXAS RANGERS, 1875 TO 1881 by James B Gillett
DBC 28862
Adult Non-Fiction
TEN GRANDMOTHERS: EPIC OF THE KIOWAS by Alice Lee Marriott
DBC 28841
Adult Non-Fiction

Texas Talking Book Program Author Talk: The Texanist, David Courtney

Join the Talking Book Program for an author talk on Thursday, February 22, at 7:00 p.m. (Central) with esteemed Texas journalist and author, David Courtney.

Reader’s Advisory Librarian, Laura Jean will talk with the Temple, Texas native about his career working as a columnist and editor for Texas Monthly as well as his book, The Texanist: Fine Advice on Living in Texas (DBC 18771). A Q&A chat will follow.

No registration is needed! Simply join the meeting on February 22 via one of the following methods.



Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84839719639

One-Tap phone number (use with smartphones): http://+13462487799,,84839719639#

Dial In phone number (use with landlines and non-smartphones):

(346) 248-7799
Meeting ID: 848 3971 9639

Our Author Talks meet via Zoom, however all you need to participate is a telephone! If you have a land line, you will use the telephone number. If you have a smart phone, you will use the “one-tap” number to join the conversation.

If you’d like to read THE TEXANIST book, contact us to order it by replying to this email or calling us at 1-800-252-9605.

THE TEXANIST: FINE ADVICE ON LIVING IN TEXAS (DBC 18771) by David Courtney NLS Annotation: “The Texanist, Texas Monthly’s perennially popular back-page column, has become the magazine’s most-read feature. With an inimitable style and an unassailable wholesomeness, columnist David Courtney has counseled many a well-intentioned Texan, native or wannabe, on how to properly conduct him—or herself.” Publisher’s website. 2017.

We look forward to having you join us on Thursday, February 22!

2024 Texas Topaz Youth Nonfiction Reading List

Texas Library Association has created a list that highlights outstanding nonfiction published during the past three years that stimulate reading for pleasure and personal learning. This list is the Texas Topaz Youth Reading List. Here are the items from the 2024 list that are in the TBP collection.

For More Information: https://txla.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/2024-Texas-Topaz-List_Youth-Annotated_final.pdf

GRADES K-2

BEAK BOOK by Robin Page (DB 115526)
CAVES by Nell Cross Beckerman (DB 111301)
CHAMPION CHOMPERS, SUPER STINKERS AND OTHER POEMS BY EXTRAORDINARY ANIMALS by Linda Ashman (IN PROCESS)
 HOW DO YOU SPELL UNFAIR?: MACNOLIA COX AND THE NATIONAL SPELLING BEE by Carole Boston Weatherford (DB 115677 IN PROCESS)
POLAR BEAR by Candace Fleming (DB 112429)

GRADES 3-5

ADVENTURES OF DR. SLOTH: REBECCA CLIFFE AND HER QUEST TO PROTECT SLOTHS by Suzi Eszterhas (DB 110554)
HOLDING HER OWN: THE EXCEPTIONAL LIFE OF JACKIE ORMES by Traci N. Todd (DB 112392)
JUST JERRY: HOW DRAWING SHAPED MY LIFE by Jerry Pinkney (DB 115908)

GRADES 6-8

AGENT MOST WANTED: THE NEVER-BEFORE STORY OF THE MOST DANGEROUS SPY OF WORLD WAR II by Sonia Purnell (DB 110047)
BUZZKILL: A WILD WANDER THROUGH THE WEIRD AND THREATENED WORLD OF BUGS by Brenna Maloney (DB 111662)
HOPE WINS: A COLLECTION OF INSPIRING STORIES FOR YOUNG READERS (DB 108650, LB 14334)
INAUGURAL BALLERS: THE TRUE STORY OF THE FIRST US WOMEN’S OLYMPIC BASKETBALL TEAM by Andrew Maraniss (DB 110512, LB 14383)
LONG TIME COMING: A LYRICAL BIOGRAPHY OF RACE IN AMERICA FROM ONA JUDGE TO BARACK OBAMA by Ray Anthony Shepard (DB 115751)
MONA LISA VANISHES: A LEGENDARY PAINTER, A SHOCKING HEIST, AND THE BIRTH OF A GLOBAL CELEBRITY by Nick Day (DB 116805)
MONKEY TRIAL: JOHN SCOPES AND THE BATTLE OVER TEACHING EVOLUTION by Anita Sanchez (DB 114312)

GRADES 9-12

ACCOUNTABLE: THE TRUE STORY OF A RACIAL SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNT AND THE TEENAGERS WHOSE LIVES IT CHANGED by Dashka Slater (DB 116594)
AMERICAN MURDERER: THE PARASITE THAT HAUNTED THE SOUTH by Gail Jarrow (DB 110750, BR 24570)
FACE FOR PICASSO: COMING OF AGE WITH CROUZON SYNDROME by Ariel Henley (DB 106407, BR 24036)
FROM A WHISPER TO A RALLYING CRY: THE KILLING OF VINCENT CHIN AND THE TRIAL THAT GALVANIZED THE ASIAN AMERICAN MOVEMENT by Paula Yoo (DB 103862)
MONEY OUT LOUD: ALL THE FINANCIAL STUFF NO ONE TAUGHT US by Berna Anat (DB 117606 IN PROCESS)
WORK WITH WHAT YOU GOT: A MEMOIR by Zion Clark (IN PROCESS)

2024 Texas Topaz Adult Nonfiction Reading List

Texas Library Association has created a list that highlights outstanding nonfiction published during the past three years that stimulate reading for pleasure and personal learning. Here are the items from the 2024 the Texas Topaz Reading List that are in the TBP collection.

For More Information: 2024 Texas Topaz List_Adult Annotated (txla.org)

ALL THE LIVING AND THE DEAD: FROM EMBALMERS TO EXECUTIONERS, AND EXPLORATION OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE MADE DEATH THEIR LIFE’S WORK by Hayley Campbell (DB 110278)
ART THIEF: A TRUE STORY OF LOVE, CRIME, AND A DANGEROUS OBSESSION by Michael Finkel (DB 115367, LB 14518)
ATLAS OF THE HEART: MAPPING MEANINGFUL CONNECTION AND THE LANGUAGE OF HUMAN EXPERIENCE by Brené Brown (DB 106540, BR 24796 IN PROCESS, LB 13602)
BARBIZON: THE HOTEL THAT SET WOMEN FREE by Paulina Bren (DB 103460)
BEAVERLAND: HOW ONE WEIRD RODENT MADE AMERICA by Leila Philip (DB 112050)
COBALT RED: HOW THE BLOOD OF THE CONGO POWERS OUR LIVES by Siddharth Kara (DB 112317)
FATTY FATTY BOOM BOOM: A MEMOIR OF FOOD, FAT, AND FAMILY by Rabia Chaudry (DB 113084, LB 14612)
FEVER IN THE HEARTLAND: THE KU KLUX KLAN’S PLOT TO TAKE OVER AMERICA, AND THE WOMAN WHO STOPPED THEM by Timothy Egan (DB 114864)
FOREVER WITNESS: HOW DNA AND GENEALOGOY SOLVED A COLD CASE DOUBLE MURDER by Edward Humes (DB 112528)
FRIENDS, LOVERS, AND THE BIG TERRIBLE THINGS by Matthew Perry (DB 110888, LB 14205)
GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM: AND OTHER HELPFUL RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW TO BECOME AMERICAN by Wajahat Ali (DBC 27456)
GREAT ESCAPE: A TRUE STORY OF FORCED LABOR AND IMMIGRANT DREAMS IN AMERICA by Saket Soni (DB 113144)
HIJAB BUTCH BLUES: A MEMOIR by Lamya H. (DB IN PROCESS)
HYSTERICAL: A MEMOIR by Elissa Bassist (DB 113145)
JACQUES PEPIN ART OF THE CHICKEN: A MASTER CHEF’S PAINTINGS, STORIES, AND RECIPES OF THE HUMBLE BIRD by Jacques Pepin (DB 112702, BR 24763 IN PROCESS)
LIFE IN FIVE SENSES: HOW EXPLORING THE SENSES GOT ME OUT OF MY HEAD AND INTO THE WORLD by Gretchen Rubin (DB 114675 IN PROCESS, LB 14423)
LIGHT WE CARRY: OVERCOMING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES by Michelle Obama (DB 111237, BR 24710 IN PROCESS)
MONSTER’S BONES: THE DISCOVERY OF T REX AND HOW IT SHOOK OUR WORLD by David K. Randall (IN PROCESS)
MY FIRST POPSICLE: AN ANTHOLOGY OF FOOD AND FEELINGS (LB 14504)
ROUGH SLEEPERS: DR. JIM O’CONNELL’S URGENT MISSION TO BRING HEALING TO HOMELESS PEOPLE by Tracy Kidder (IN PROCESS)
SCENES FROM MY LIFE: A MEMOIR by Michael Kenneth Williams (DB 109789)
STAY TRUE: A MEMOIR by Hua Hsu (DB 110669)
TELL ME EVERYTHING: THE STORY OF A PRIVATE INVESTIGATION by Erika Krouse (DB 108142)
UNRAVELING: WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT LIFE WHILE SHEARING SHEEP, DYEING WOOL, AND MAKING THE WORLD’S UGLIEST SWEATER by Peggy Orenstein (DB 113482)
WE SHOULD NOT BE FRIENDS: THE STORY OF A FRIENDSHIP by Will Schwalbe (DB 113625)
YOU COULD MAKE THIS PLACE BEAUTIFUL: A MEMOIR by Maggie Smith (DB 115170)

29 New Texas Titles Now on BARD!

Suspense, an Ace cartoonist, and Texas history take centerstage in these titles now available for download on BARD.

There are nearly 2,150 locally produced Texas titles on BARD! Learn more about the Texas Talking Book Program’s stellar Volunteer Recording Studio.

1941: TEXAS GOES TO WAR
DBC 28839

Adult Non-Fiction

ABC’S OF TEXAS WILDFLOWERS by Glenna Grimmer
DBC 28835

Juvenile Non-Fiction

ACE REID, COWPOKE by John R. Erickson
DBC 28832

Adult Non-Fiction

AT POINT BLANK: A SUSPENSE NOVEL by Virginia Stem Owens
DBC 28844

Adult Fiction

AUSTIN CITY BLUE by Jan Grape
DBC 28859

Adult Fiction

BABY, BE MINE by Emily McKay
DBC 28842

Adult Fiction

BLACK DIXIE: AFRO-TEXAN HISTORY AND CULTURE IN HOUSTON
DBC 28858

Adult Non-Fiction

BLACK SOLDIERS IN JIM CROW TEXAS, 1899-1917 by Garna L. Christian
DBC 18392

Adult Non-Fiction

BRIGHTON HONEYMOON by Sheri Cobb South
DBC 26218

Adult Fiction

COMANCHE MOON by Anita Mills
DBC 28843

Adult

CONTRA TODA ESPERANZA by Armando Valladares
DBC 28852

Adult Non-Fiction (Spanish)

CURE THE TEXAS FEVER by J. T. Edson
DBC 28831

Adult Fiction

FINDING JUPITER by Kelis Rowe
DBC 28907

Young Adult Fiction

GONE TO TEXAS by Donald E. Worcester
DBC 28855

Adult Fiction

HOT TEXAS NIGHTS by Mary Lynn Baxter
DBC 26998

Adult Fiction

MOON LAKE by Joe Lansdale
DBC 2890
5
Adult Fiction

NUEVA PSICOLOGÍA DEL AMOR by M. Scott Peck
DBC 28847

Adult Non-Fiction (Spanish)

OS OFREZCO EL BIG BANG by Ralph Barby
DBC 26997

Adult Fiction (Spanish)

PANCHO VILLA by Santiago Garcia
DBC 28834

Juvenile Non-Fiction (Spanish)

PERFECT MURDER: FIVE GREAT MYSTERY WRITERS CREATE THE PERFECT CRIME
DBC 28866

Adult Fiction

RANDOMS by David Liss
DBC 18473

Juvenile Fiction

SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER by Trish Macdonald Skillman
DBC 28851

Adult Fiction

TEXAS RODEO MURDER by George Wilhite
DBC 28854

Adult Fiction

TEXANIST: FINE ADVICE ON LIVING IN TEXAS edited by David Courtney
DBC 18771

Adult Non-Fiction

TEXAS REVOLUTIONARY EXPERIENCE: A POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY, 1835-1836 by Paul D. Lack
DBC 28838

Adult Non-Fiction

THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY IN THE CIVIL WAR by Douglas Hale
DBC 26975

Adult Non-Fiction

TREASURE by Suzanne Robinson
DBC 28849

Adult Fiction

TWO POINTS FOR MURDER by D. B. Borton
DBC 27004

Adult Fiction

VIDA NO DEBE HERIR: EL MALTRATO, EL ABUSO, Y LA VIOLENCIA EN LA FAMILIA by Karen L Randau
DBC 28848

Adult Non-Fiction (Spanish)

28 New Texas Titles Now on BARD!

Frank Hamer, Bill Pickett, U.S. Grant, and the grandfather of Austin country music highlight these legendary Texas titles now available on BARD.

Dig into Texas gardening, unravel a nefarious New Braunfels murder mystery, meet gutsy Texas women, and gather ’round for wild camp tales and unique cuentos de fantasma.

Get powerful results. Read!

BLACK GOLD by Frederic Bean
DBC 26999

Adult Fiction

CENTELLA by James Oliver Curwood
DBC 28826

Adult Fiction (Spanish)

DEEP WEST by Ernest Haycox
DBC 18418

Adult Fiction

EPITAPH by L. J. Washburn
DBC 28853

Adult Fiction

FAMILY IZQUIERDO: A NOVEL by Rubén Degollado
DBC 28906

Adult Fiction

FANTASMAS: SUPERNATURAL STORIES BY MEXICAN AMERICAN WRITERS
DBC 26194

Adult Fiction

FOLK ART IN TEXAS
DBC 28857

Adult Non-Fiction

FROM RATTLESNAKES TO ROAD AGENTS: ROUGH TIMES ON THE FRIO by Frances Bramlette Farris
DBC 28833

Adult Non-Fiction

GUTS: LEGENDARY BLACK RODEO COWBOY BILL PICKETT by Cecil Johnson
DBC 26965

Adult Non-Fiction

HIGH PLACES by Stephen Bransford
DBC 27007

Adult Fiction

I’M FRANK HAMER: THE LIFE OF A TEXAS PEACE OFFICER by H. Gordon Frost
DBC 28861

Adult Non-Fiction

LEGENDARY LADIES OF TEXAS
DBC 28856

Adult Non-Fiction

MORE WILD CAMP TALES by Mike Blakely
DBC 27003

Adult Non-Fiction

MYSTERIES OF THE MAGNOLIA HOTEL by Erin O. Wallace
DBC 18483

Adult Non-Fiction

OUTLAW’S JUSTICE by A. J. Arnold
DBC 26991

Adult Fiction

RED SABBATH by Lewis B. Patten
DBC 28845

Adult Fiction

SANTA ANNA: PATRIOT OR SCOUNDREL by Ruby C. Tolliver
DBC 18637

Juvenile Non-Fiction

SHADOW WALKERS by Nina Romberg
DBC 26948

Adult Fiction

TEXAS GARDENING THE NATURAL WAY: THE COMPLETE HANDBOOK by Howard Garrett
DBC 18790

Adult Non-Fiction

TEXAS, THE DARK CORNER OF THE CONFEDERACY: CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTS OF THE LONE STAR STATE IN THE CIVIL WAR
DBC 26976

Adult Non-Fiction

THREADGILL’S: THE COOKBOOK by Eddie Wilson
DBC 26954

Adult Non-Fiction

THREE YEARS AMONG THE COMANCHES: THE NARRATIVE OF NELSON LEE, THE TEXAS RANGER by Nelson Lee
DBC 28840

Adult Non-Fiction

TIME IS THE SIMPLEST THING by Clifford D Simak
DBC 18639

Adult Fiction

ULYSSES: A BIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL OF U.S. GRANT by Robert Skimin
DBC 26291

Adult Fiction

UNDENIABLE by Francis Ray
DBC 26940

Adult Fiction

UNSOLVED TEXAS MYSTERIES by Wallace O. Chariton
DBC 28823

Juvenile Non-Fiction

WHY SOME POSITIVE THINKERS GET POWERFUL RESULTS by Norman Vincent Peale
DBC 28846

Adult Non-Fiction

WOMEN IN EARLY TEXAS
DBC 26957

Adult Non-Fiction

24 New Texas Titles Now on BARD!

Mysteries, romance with a Western flair, and Texas feuds highlight these titles recently produced by the Texas Talking Book Program’s world-class Volunteer Recording Studio.

Relish tales by J. Frank Dobie, (don’t) go dancin’ in Anson, and ride herd with the Texas Rangers on Civil War deserters and draft dodgers.

Saddle up. Adventures await!

AND DELIVER US FROM EVIL: A TRILOGY OF MURDER, MINISTERS, AND MILLIONAIRES by Mike Cochran
DBC 28824

Adult Non-Fiction

CALLE QUE TODOS OLVIDAN by Joaquín Bestard Vásquez
DBC 27001

Adult Fiction (Spanish)

DALLAS DECEPTION: A JACK KYLE MYSTERY by Richard Abshire
DBC 26911

Adult Fiction

DEATH BY DRESSAGE by Carolyn Banks
DBC 26996

Adult Fiction

FAMOUS TEXAS FEUDS by C. L. Douglas
DBC 28829

Adult Non-Fiction

FRESH PERSPECTIVE by Elisabeth Fairchild
DBC 26925

Adult Fiction

FRONTIER DEFENSE IN THE CIVIL WAR: TEXAS’ RANGERS AND REBELS by David Paul Smith
DBC 26973

Adult Fiction

HIGHLY RESPECTABLE MARRIAGE by Sheila Walsh
DBC 26344

Adult Fiction

HISTORIC CHURCHES OF TEXAS: THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE by Frank A. Driskill
DBC 28830

Adult Non-Fiction

I’LL TELL YOU A TALE by J. Frank Dobie
DBC 28828

Adult Non-Fiction

IN SEARCH OF SATISFACTION by J. California Cooper
DBC 26921

Adult Fiction

JOHN HENRY FAULK: THE MAKING OF A LIBERATED MIND: A BIOGRAPHY by Michael C. Burton
DBC 28820

Adult Non-Fiction

LAST KARANKAWAS: A NOVEL by Kimberly Garza
DBC 28885

Adult Fiction

LOA A UN ANGEL DE PIEL MORENA: SERIE DETECTIVESCA GLORIA DAMASCO by Lucha Corpi
DBC 25009

Adult Fiction (Spanish)

MUSTANG ANNIE by Rachelle Morgan
DBC 28913

Adult Fiction

NELL PLANTS A TREE by Anne Wynter
DBC 28869

Juvenile Fiction

NO DANCIN’ IN ANSON: AN AMERICAN STORY OF RACE AND SOCIAL CHANGE by Ricardo C. Ainslie
DBC 26912

Adult Non-Fiction

PERISH: A NOVEL by LaToya Watkins
DBC 28884

Adult Fiction

QUÉ HACES CON UNA VOZ ASÍ?: LA HISTORIA DE LA EXTRAORDINARIA CONGRESISTA BARBARA JORDAN by Chris Barton
DBC 28873

Juvenile Non-Fiction (Spanish)

ROMANCED TO DEATH by Susan Rogers Cooper
DBC 26202

Adult Fiction

SHADOW GATE by Margaret Ball
DBC 26995

Adult Fiction

SURVIVORS WILL BE SHOT AGAIN: A SHERIFF DAN RHODES NOVEL by Bill Crider
DBC 18843

Adult Fiction

WHERE I COME FROM: AS TOLD TO BRYAN WOOLLEY
DBC 18346

Adult Non-Fiction

WILD CAMP TALES by Mike Blakely
DBC 27002

Adult Non-Fiction