Tony Hillerman's Landscape, on the Road With An American Legend

Tony Hillerman's Landscape, on the Road With An American Legend

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With an introduction by the late Tony Hillerman, author of a beloved series of mysteries set in the American Southwest, a photographic journey through the landscapes of his works includes novel synopses, descriptive passages from each novel, the author's own comments about the sites, his daughter's remembrances, and more. 50,000 first printing.

Step into the world of bestselling author Tony Hillerman’s novels with Tony Hillerman’s Landscape: On the Road with Chee and Leaphorn, a stunning collection of original documentary photographs of the New Mexico and Arizona landscapes that were integral to his detective novels. Narrated by his daughter, Anne Hillerman, with original photos from Don Strel, Tony Hillerman’s Landscape is a timely showcase of a hauntingly beautiful region that captured one man’s imagination for a lifetime, and is a daughter’s loving tribute to her father.

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Presents a photographic journey through the landscapes of the works of the late mystery writer Tony Hillerman, with novel synopses, descriptive passages from individual works, the author's own comments about the sites, and his daughter's remembrances.

Publisher: New York, NY : HarperCollins, [2009]
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9780061374296
Branch Call Number: 813x HILLE HILLE
Additional Contributors: Strel, Don


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Jan 26, 2015

this is the book to take on a southwest vacation. all the most beautiful spots of the 4 corners area. love the tie-ins to the mystery novels, and all the extra newsy bits. highly recommended for fans of the series.

ljn14x Aug 28, 2012

This well-written and enjoyable guide is best for those who have read all or most of the novels but want to go back and make connections among them regarding character development and setting. There may be spoilers otherwise. For someone just starting the series, I recommend buying this book and using it as a companion reference as you work your way through the 18 or so books. An incurable proofreader, I found only one error: while discussing A Thief of Time, first the author says they're looking for a missing woman anthropologist, page 109, then on page 114 it's a missing archaeologist. I guess going missing made the woman feel like a career change...


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