Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink: Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest
A wonderfully original and vivid portrait captures the soul of the Southwest and demonstrates why Tom Miller is among America's wittiest and most graceful writers. This extraordinary book leads readers deep inside the uniqueness of the region and reflects on the mounting tension between its eroding physical splendor and the diverse inhabitants who crisscross its bleached deserts, cracked pavement--and 18-hole golf courses.
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Review: Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink: Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest (Adventure Press)User Review - Angela - Goodreads
I just couldn't get into this collection of tales of name dropping in the Southwest Read full review
Review: Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink: Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest (Adventure Press)User Review - Justus - Goodreads
Fun read. Another book of essays off the beaten path (like my recently read Offramp by Hank Steuver) and also a great read. I really enjoy books that find complexity and compelling stories in a situations that might be considered mundane. Read full review
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