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  • 9780393343489 72

    Contents May Have Shifted: A Novel

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2013

    “An absorbing, generous, ravishing book by a high priestess of you-have-to-read-this prose." —Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild
  • 9780393082654 72

    Contents May Have Shifted: A Novel

    Pam Houston

    Hardcover, 2012

    Heart-stopping prose and crackling observations on a spiritual journey toward a life rich in love and freedom.
  • 9780393326352 72

    Cowboys Are My Weakness: Stories

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2005

    "Exhilarating, like a swift ride through river rapids with a spunky, sexy gal handling the oars."—Washington Post Book World
  • 9780393356878 72

    Cowboys Are My Weakness: Stories

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2019

    “Brilliant.… [Houston] takes women into grand spaces, both emotional and physical, and isolates them until there’s nothing left to do but sit down and take a hard look at one’s soul.” —Los Angeles...
  • 9780393343465 72

    A Little More About Me

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2013

    “Pam Houston catches the voice of an entire generation of adventurous young women whose intrepid hearts lead them into deep water.”—Elle
  • 9780393048056 72

    A Little More About Me

    Pam Houston

    Hardcover, 1999

    Nonfiction from the author of the wildly popular Cowboys Are My Weakness and the best-selling Waltzing the Cat.
  • 9780393058178 72

    Sight Hound: A Novel

    Pam Houston

    Hardcover, 2013

    The long-awaited novel—a very special love story—from the best-selling author of Cowboys Are My Weakness.
  • 9780393327397 72

    Sight Hound: A Novel

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2005

    The long-awaited novel; a very special love story; from the best-selling author of Cowboys Are My Weakness.
  • 9780393343472 72

    Waltzing the Cat

    Pam Houston

    Paperback, 2013

    "Self-assured and self-revealing, Waltzing the Cat will gratify Pam Houston’s many admirers, and it will lure plenty of new readers into her wild rivers" —Portland Oregonian