The prequel to Nothing to Lose. Looking back to the Depression and wartime, with the novel's speaker narrating from 1985, Hill Country Property follows several characters through failed relationships against the backdrop of what Larry McMurtry has called the "suburbanization" of Texas. It is a literary love story, a sociological mystery, and a twentieth-century Texas historical novel.
About the Author:
Jim Sanderson has published three collections of short stories: Semi-Private Rooms (Pig Iron Press, 1994); Faded Love (Ink Brush Press, 2010), and Trashy Behavior (Lamar University Press, 2013). He has published seven novels: El Camino del Rio (University of New Mexico Press, 1998), Safe Delivery (University of New Mexico Press, 2000); La Mordida (University of New Mexico Press, 2002); Nevin's History: A Novel of Texas (Texas Tech University Press, 2004); Dolph's Team (Ink Brush Press, 2011); Nothing Left to Lose (TCU Press, 2014). And he has published an essay collection: A West Texas Soapbox (1998). He is chair of the English and Modern Language Department at Lamar University.
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