Seldom Disappointed: A Memoir, by Tony Hillerman

Since I have read all of this author’s Navajo mysteries I was interested to learn more about his life. Hillerman was a World War II vet whose childhood during the Depression was spent in rural Oklahoma. A combat wounded infantryman, he saw battle action in Europe. College on the GI bill lead to his newspaper career and later a life in academia. A fascinating 20th century life, the author narrates the audio version. Take a look at the book for the photos of his family, army buddies, friends and collegues.

RATING: * * * * Very, very good
Reviewed by: KH

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