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Jeff Guinn is a former journalist, who has won national, regional and state awards for investigative reporting, feature writing, and literary criticism. Guinn is also the bestselling author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction including, but not limited to: Go Down Together: The True Untold Story of Bonnie and Clyde (which was a finalist for an Edgar Award in 2010); The Last Gunfight: The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K. Corral - and How It Changed the West; Manson: The Life and Times of Charles Manson; and The Road to Jonestown: Jim Jones and Peoples Temple. Jeff Guinn is a member of the Texas Institute of Letters, and the Texas Literary Hall of Fame. He appears as an expert guest in documentaries and on television programs on a variety of topics.Guinn lives in Fort Worth, Texas.
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All three of Jeff Guinn’s beloved Christmas Chronicles novels in one elegant edition. The Autobiography of Santa Claus “A book that deserves classic status.” —The Dallas Morning News This enchanting classic combines solid historical fact with glorious legend to deliver the definitive story of Santa Claus. For anyone who has ever wondered . . . you’...
A dramatic account of the “Punitive Expedition” of 1916 that brought Pancho Villa and Gen. John J. Pershing into conflict, and whose reverberations continue in the Southwestern US to this day.Jeff Guinn, chronicler of the Southwestern US and of American undesirables (Bonnie and Clyde, Charles Manson, Jim Jones) tells the riveting story of Pancho Vi...
In Our Land Before We Die, Jeff Guinn traces the little-known history of the runaway slaves who fled to the Florida Everglades to live alongside the Seminole Indians. Deeply rooted in tribal oral history, and based on extensive interviews with descendants, this book describes the incredible circumstances of a people who sought shelter in the shadow...
The only authorized chronicle of the entire thirty-five year success story of America's team. Includes 270 action and off-the-field color photographs....
Dan Jenkins' second best-known novel, Baja Oklahoma, features protagonist Juanita Hutchins, who can cuss and politically commentate with the best of Jenkins' male protagonists. Still convincingly female, though in no way dumb and girly, fortyish Juanita serves drinks to the colorful crew patronizing Herb's Cafe in South Fort Worth, worries herself ...
From 1889 to 1964, the Fort Worth Panthers—unofficially nicknamed and always known as the Cats—represented the essence of baseball in America. In their early seasons they reflected the outraged pride of the South and West in a bitter rivalry with the northeastern baseball powers, a regional disaffection whose roots stretched back to the Civil War. ...
Playing with the star players of the 1969 Chicago Cubs? To some it's only a dream, but this fascinating saga will make those dreams a vivid reality as Guinn reports his and others' experiences....
Buffalo Trail by Jeff Guinn
You Can't Hit the Ball With the Bat on Your Shoulder by Bobby Bragan, Jeff Guinn
The Vagabonds by Jeff Guinn
The Great Santa Search by Jeff Guinn
How Mrs. Claus Saved Christmas by Jeff Guinn
The Sixteenth Minute by Jeff Guinn, Douglas Perry, Douglas Perry
Silver City by Jeff Guinn
The Autobiography of Santa Claus by Jeff Guinn
Something in the Blood by Jeff Guinn
Glorious by Jeff Guinn
Santa's North Pole Cookbook by Jeff Guinn
Noah’s Ride by Elmer Kelton, et al.