Don’t Make Me Go to Town: Ranchwomen of the Texas Hill Country

dont-make-me-go-to-townRhonda Lopez presents the stories of eight exceptional women ranchers in a somewhat unconventional style: interviews. As such, we read the women’s actual words about their experiences and their views on ranching life in Texas. I found it a delightful approach, darn near feeling that I was right there in the room as they talked. Insightful and refreshing. This ain’t no guy’s book.

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