Books

Playing for Pancho Villa by Sterling Bennett

A novel variously described as "haunting" and "spare as the countryside of Mexico and tough as its mesquite", Playing for Pancho Villa begins with a seemingly innocent question... "Are we responsible for the results of our acts"? posed to Frank Holloway, who blunders into the violence and anarchy of 1916 Chihuahua, seeking no more than an "adventure" and some relief from the mercury poisoning that afflicts the young miner.

 
Mazatlan Is Paradise by Charles Hall

Packed with the basic information one needs for a fulfilling vacation, Charles Hall shares his and others experiences and observations about long-term stays in the Mexican resort and retirement community... helping the newcomer and old-timer alike in smoothly sailing through their stay.

   
Lacandon Journal by Dimitar Krustev

Bulgarian-born artist and explorer Dimitar Krustev traveled throughout Central and South America in the 1960s and 70s in order to record the disappearing indigenous peoples of the Americas.

 
Brave Blood by Professor Finks Whitaker

Brave Blood: Words for an Experience is not simply an encyclopedia of the Fiesta Brava, but a definitive guide to the bull-ring.

   
The Table Dancer's Tale by Lupita Domínguez Translated by Sabina C. Beeker

Journalists and academics writing about Latin American sex workers can never completely divorce themselves from preconceptions about their preconceptions about women, Latin America and sex. What do sex workers says about about themselves?

 
The Table Dancer's Tale by Lupita Domínguez

Journalists and academics writing about Latin American sex workers can never completely divorce themselves from preconceptions about their preconceptions about women, Latin America and sex. What do sex workers says about about themselves?

   
Gorostieta and the Cristiada: Mexico’s Catholic Insurgency of 1926-1929 by Richard Grabman

Gorostieta and the Cristiada: Mexico’s Catholic Insurgency of 1926-1929 is not so much the story of the "atheist" general leading a Catholic army in 1920s Mexico but of the long struggle between Church and State that culminated in the Catholic insurgency of the late 1920s

 
Magic Made in México by Joanna van der Gracht de Rosado

Impulsively moving from the cold Great White North to the sunny tropics propelled Joanna van der Gracht de Rosado on a lifetime of practical experience in adaptation. She shares her adventure and experience with wit, poignancy and compassion.

   

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