by Kathryn Hopper
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by Kathryn Hopper
Anything for Thanksgiving
Wanda Wallace ’72 BBA (MPA ’74)
Wallace’s third novel features two best friends, Bud and Ginny, who meet again after 40 years to rekindle their relationship. As three Thanksgivings pass, they deal with danger, intrigue and deception to reveal boundless blessings and timeless truth.
Available on amazon.com.
Culture Without Accountability: What’s the Fix?
Julie Maureen Miller ’88 MEd and Brian Bedford
When businesses, families or individuals decline to be accountable for their actions and decisions, the results can be devastating. Businesses can fail, relationships falter and reputations shatter. This book features real stories of what accountability looks like, and what can go wrong in its absence. Order at millerbedford.com.
New from TCU Press
Texas Chili? Oh My!
Patricia Vermillion, with illustrations by Kuleigh Smith
This Texas-style retelling of the beloved fairy tale The Three Little Pigs features three armadillos who build their dens out of native Texas materials. But watch out for Trickster Coyote who is always looking for armadillos to make Texas chilli.
Order from TCU Press at prs.tcu.edu or by calling 1.800.826.8911.
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