Author Paulette Jiles is on the long list for the National Book Award, to be announced Nov. 13. “If I win I hope I’ll still have the peace and quiet I had before,” she said.
Author Paulette Jiles is on the long list for the National Book Award, to be announced Nov. 13. “If I win I hope I’ll still have the peace and quiet I had before,” she said. Jill Gann Photography
Author Paulette Jiles is on the long list for the National Book Award, to be announced Nov. 13. “If I win I hope I’ll still have the peace and quiet I had before,” she said. Jill Gann Photography

Paulette Jiles rides the dangerous trails of 1870 Texas

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