Tag Archives: Jim Harrison

The Farmer’s Daughter

The Farmer’s Daughter is a marvelous feast of a book that represents Jim Harrison’s finest collection of novellas since Legends of the Fall.

The English Major

“Harrison spins the common chaff of a road trip into gold. . . . peppered with his characteristic insights and asides. . . ….

Brown Dog

“Brown Dog is . . . vividly, evocatively alive. . . . These novellas read like a nuanced conversation between author and character. ….

The Boy Who Ran to the Woods

“Harrison is a master at describing the natural world, and Pohrt’s illustrations are gently evocative of the northern Michigan landscape.” —San Francisco Sunday Examiner…

The Big Seven

A follow-up to the New York Times bestseller The Great Leader, The Big Seven sends Harrison’s hapless Detective Sunderson up against a family of…

The Ancient Minstrel

A wonderful collection of novellas from beloved, New York Times bestselling writer Jim Harrison, “arguably America’s foremost master of the novella . . ….