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Seldom Disappointed is an affectionate and
unvarnished recollection of the life on one of America's
best-loved writers. Beginning with his upbringing in
Depression-era Oklahoma, it spans his tour of duty in
France during World War II, his newspaper career, and his
now legendary years as an author. Tony also talks about
the poverty of his early life, and his adoption, with wife
Marie, of several children.
Using the gifts of a talented novelist and reporter,
Hillerman draws a brilliant portrait not just of his life,
but of the world around him. Relating his life story with
generous intelligence, gritty honesty, and above all, a
lack of sentimentality, he has written about an era rich
in context and anecdote.
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