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Cowboy Boots and Other Stories

John Sater
Nonfiction, 128 pages, 6″ x 9″ softcover

ISBN 1-879628-03-1

Northwest native and Bonners Ferry resident John Sater takes readers “back to the present” in rural America in this collection of 44 short essays telling stories from a generation whose mothers went from washboards to washers and whose fathers swore by, and sometimes at, Model A Fords. Cowboy Boots and Other Stories explores common experiences from cleaning chimneys and growing gardens, catching mice and raising pigs, to outsmarting ornery chickens.

Price: $8.95

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Reading the Water

By Mallory Burton
Fiction, 256 pages, 5.5″ x 8.5″ softcover

ISBN 1-879628-10-4

Joining a handful of angling books written by women, Reading the Water: Stories and Essays of Flyfishing and Life is a collection of short stories featuring men and women who are affected by or swept away in the strong current of fishing’s allure. As Uncommon Waters editor Holly Morris writes in the introduction, “Teeming with new insights, and chock-full of fishing finesse, Mallory Burton’s work has entertained angling devotees for years and added dimension and humor to flyfishing’s trade magazines. Reading the Water is a choice compendium of essays and stories and a wonderful addition to the literature of flyfishing.”

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Price: $13.95

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The Barbless Hook: Inner Sanctum of Angling Revealed

By Dennis D. Dauble
Nonfiction, 160 pages, 8.5″ x 5.5″

ISBN 978-1-879628-41-0

These stories, drawn from a lifetime of fishing experiences, explore a range of topics anglers often don’t discuss – trespassing, giving up a secret hole, losing fish at the net, competition between buddies and taking turns when on guided trips. While sometimes exposing what might be considered the “dark side of angling,” author Dennis Dauble manages to both entertain and inspire anglers in The Barbless Hook.

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Price: $11.95

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Sandra Salo Deutchman: Collection of Selected Paintings 1978-2016

Nonfiction, 64 pages, 7″ x 10″
Four color on premium gloss stock

This monograph of the paintings of Sandra Salo Deutchman began, as she writes “as a visual diary, as self-made evidence of what I’ve seen, the places I’ve been and the emotions I’ve felt. As in a diary, you write of intense feelings, experiences and observations… Sometimes what you write tells you things about yourself you would not have known in any other way. So it is when I begin to paint.”

Deutchman is an Emerita Professor of Fine Arts at Washington State University. In her 50-plus years of painting, teaching, lecturing, exhibitions and writing for publication she has lived and worked in Denmark and Australia as well as painting during extended visits to Mexico and Hawaii. She now lives in North Idaho.

The monograph includes reproductions of the artist’s work in acrylic and gouache – most of which are now in private collections. Sandra continues to paint and show her work.

*Not available for retailer discount

Price: $45.00

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IAFI Map of the Ice Age Floods of the Pacific Northwest

Full color map, shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube

A perfect companion for either volume of On the Trail of the Ice Age Floods, this updated map produced by the Ice Age Floods Institute in conjunction with Eastern Washington University is also a great companion for anyone traveling the Ice Age Floods National Geologic Trail.

Proceeds benefit the Ice Age Floods Institute

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Price: $12.00

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CIA Super Pilot Spills the Beans

Flying Helicopters in Laos for Air America
By Captain Bill Collier

Non-fiction, 6″ x 9″

Publication date: June 2017

From his first-person perspective, retired U.S. Marine Corps pilot Bill Collier tells about the CIA’s secret battle in Laos during the Vietnam War.

Collier’s service with Air America, the CIA’s secretly owned airline, was part of the largest paramilitary operation ever undertaken by the agency, and he tells the story of a close-knit group of young men and their adventures in Long Tieng, Thailand, and Hong Kong.

This is the second book from Bill Collier, who previously authored his first-hand account of flying in combat during the Vietnam War in “The Adventures of a Helicopter Pilot,” also available here through Keokee Books.

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Price: $20.00

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