C. L. Sonnichsen, 1901-1991, was the author of numerous books and a longtime professor of English at the University of Texas, El Paso.
Tularosas story is one of brave men as tough as the harsh land they
settled, . . . [a] classic history.
Remarkable human dramas . . . are related with a remarkable combination of the regional historians craft and the story-tellers art.
This book is accurate, crisply written, as clear and astringent as the desert air.
This is fascinating reading in which the standard stuff of feuding in the old west . . . achieves an extraordinary fidelity and freshness.
"This book is accurate, crisply written, as clear and astringent a the desert air."