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Book details
  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:256

Max Evans and a Few Friends

by Ollie Reed Jr. and Ruth E Francis

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Overview

Max Evans, one of New Mexico's most prolific writers, has lived, promoted, and articulated the Western way of life for nearly eight decades. With this book, his friends share some of Max's stories. Max Evans is the only guy I know who has 200 people swearing he's their best friend ... and all of them are telling the truth. – Slim Randles Sam Peckinpah’s favorite writer and fellow socializer in the entire world was New Mexico’s own Max Evans. – Jeb Rosebrook.

Description

Max Evans, one of New Mexico's most prolific writers, has lived, promoted, and articulated the Western way of life for nearly eight decades. With this book, his friends share some of Max's stories. Max Evans is the only guy I know who has 200 people swearing he's their best friend ... and all of them are telling the truth. – Slim Randles Sam Peckinpah’s favorite writer and fellow socializer in the entire world was New Mexico’s own Max Evans. – Jeb Rosebrook.

About the author

Ollie Reed Jr. - A freelance writer, a reporter, columnist, and editor at The Albuquerque Tribune from 1976 to the paper’s demise in 2008, Ollie currently works as a bookseller. Slim Randles – Besides being Max Evans' biographer (Ol’ Max Evans: The First Thousand Years), he is a syndicated newspaper columnist and book author. His column, Home Country, appears in more than 300 newspapers in 44 states and he is winner of the 2012 Rounders Award. Ruth E. Francis – Book seller, editor, and admirer of Max.

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