Friday, October 05, 2007

Mr. Nonfiction

Props to Mr. Bybee for packing books in his suitcase! I would be remiss as his wife and a bookworm and author of this blog if I didn't give you a list (in no particular order) of what he chose to bring with him:

1. How Did It Really Happen: Decide What You Believe about History's Intriguing Mysteries - Reader's Digest

2. The Illustrated Life And Times Of Wyatt Earp -Bob Boze Bell

3. True Tales Of The Civil War -Webb Garrison

4. Cardinal Nation: A Celebration Of Redbirds History (Foreword By Stan Musial)

5. Jesse James And The Civil War In Missouri -Robert L. Dyer

6. Jesse James: The Real Story -Vincel Simmons (Grandson of Jesse James)

7. True Tales And Amazing Legends Of The Old West - Editors Of "True West" Magazine

8. Outlaw Tales Of Utah: True Stories Of Utah's Most Famous Robbers, Rustlers And Bandits - Michael Rutter

9. Jesse James "The Outlaw" -Henry J. Walker

10. The Shooters: A Gallery Of Notorious Gunmen From The American West -Leon Claire Metz

11. Tales Behind The Tombstones -Chris Enss

12. Great Train Robberies Of The Old West - R. Michael Wilson
13. Draw: The Greatest Gunfights Of The American West -James Reasoner


kookie said...

Does Mr Bybee have a fascination with the Old West, or is that just my imagination? :)

Bookfool said...

I was going to ask exactly the same question - all those outlaws! Have fun reading. And, good for Mr. Bybee. There's a man who knows his wife!

Bookfool said...

Miz Bybee, I left a response to your question in the comments at the Kimbuktu's Book Meme post. :)

Dewey said...

Mr Bybee's books remind me of my family's current addiction to the old TV show Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman. :)

SFP said...

You can box all those up and send them to me when you're done! I love outlaws. :)

Unknown said...

I'm assuming your husband likes Jesse James