San Francisco : Mercury House, 1996.
LibraryThing member torreyhouse
Kittredge is an authentic voice of the West and is a worthy spokesman of both Old West and New West. His observations and thoughts on that divide are insightful and authoritative. In the center of the work he talks a lot about robust problem drinking and is apparent that some of the same is going on while winging out thoughts. The last few pages on story, however, encapsulate the reason Torrey House exists.
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