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Paulette Jiles Books In Order

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

The Golden Hawks (1978)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Sitting in the Club Car Drinking Rum and Karma-Kola (1986)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Late Great Human Road Show (1986)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Enemy Women (2002)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Stormy Weather (2007)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Color of Lightning (2009)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Lighthouse Island (2013)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
News of the World (2016)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Simon the Fiddler (2020)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Short Story Collections

Waterloo Express (1973)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Celestial Navigation (1984)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Jesse James Poems (1988)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Blackwater (1988)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Song to the Rising Sun (1989)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Flying Lesson (1995)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Cousins (1992)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
North Spirit (1995)Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Paulette Jiles is an American novelist, poet, and writer of memoirs.

Paulette K. Jiles was born on April 4, 1943, in Salem, Missouri. She would seek higher education while attending the University of Missouri in Kansas City. She studied Romance Languages as her major and graduated in 1968.

Just a year later, she would move to Canada, relocating to Toronto. There she was employed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. She would help to set up FM radio stations that focused on native languages featuring indigenous peoples there. Paulette continued this work for a decade, bringing native radio to locals in the north of Quebec and Ontario. While there, she learned the native Ojibwe language.

The author would get married to her husband Jim Johnson. In 1991, she would move to live with him for a while in San Antonio, Texas. The two traveled together for years and even lived in Mexico for a time. In 1995, they moved back to San Antonio, purchasing a house there. Jiles would divorce in 2003. Since then, she has resided in Texas on her own ranch close to San Antonio.

Jiles first was published in 1973 with the release of her poetry collection Waterloo Express. She would follow that collection up with several more, including the 1984 poetry collection Celestial Navigation and The Jesse James Poems in 1988, among others.

Her nonfiction work includes her memoir Cousins, which came out in 1991, and her 1995 work North Spirit.

Jiles also has several fictional novels to her name. The Golden Hawks was her debut fictional novel. Published in 1978, she would continue writing fictional novels. One of them, Enemy Women, would become a best seller. She also wrote such noted works as 2007’s Stormy Weather, 2009’s The Color of Lightning, and News of the World, published in 2016 and nominated for the National Book Award in the category of fiction.

The author also worked on movies, writing for the 1977 feature film Rose’s House. Her novel News of the World was optioned for development, as was The Color of Lightning.

The Golden Hawks is the first fictional novel to come out from this author. Light and fun, this is a great book for kids to read or enjoy reading along with their parents.

The kids in town have a group together that are known as the Golden Hawks. They love getting together, and they figure that they should have an official club house to call their own. The only problem is that they’re hard pressed to find options that can work for them when they live in a housing development located at the city’s edge.

Without any viable options, the kids do their best to try and improvise a good meeting place for themselves. They first try with Joe’s bedroom, one of the Golden Hawks. Although they do their best to try and construct a club house for themselves, it proves to be ill fated. Their parents don’t like the fact that their kids have now opened up holes in the walls of Joe’s house.

So it’s off to find a new plan. The kids decide that they have got to track down supplies. That’s how they find themselves searching for spare scrap wood in an apartment building that is totally empty. It’s creepy there, and that plan doesn’t last long. Without any good options, the kids decide that maybe it’s a good idea to try and raise some money.

That way they can build their own club house and get it started. But as they do their best to try and find a suitable location for their group’s meeting place, will they be forced to resign themselves to the fact that this may be a dead end project? With the best of intentions and a can do attitude, the Golden Hawks won’t stop until they have their very own place.

The only trouble is that none of them are sure that it can ever happen. A great story about a group of kids located in a city in Canada, check out a copy of this book and find out whether the gang can ever really find a club house to call their own!

Enemy Women is a fictional novel from Paulette Jiles that was published in 2002. It is a very popular book among readers so if you are searching for a unique story with a historical twist, be sure to check this book out!

The Colleys are a family that lives in southeastern Missouri. The times are tough, but things are about to get even more complicated for this family. The war is going on between the United States, and it’s not a good situation. The war is threatening to bring devastation to many. Even though the Colleys have positioned themselves as being neutral, it doesn’t mean that the ravages of war will spare them.

Adair Colley is eighteen years old, and the entire ordeal is like a waking nightmare for her. The family will eventually be torn apart, and she has to flee the area along with her sisters.

This proves to be difficult as a traveler’s betrayal means that Adair is arrested. She is locked up and placed in a women’s prison, forced to be there with women that have mental issues or are simply criminal. This dirty place is the last place that she wants to be, but being there she finds that even in the darkest places you can find love.

She was interrogated by a major in the Union. The man falls for Adair and his love makes him promise that he’ll come back to get her when all of it is said and done. However, before departing for battle, the Union major gifts her with the best possible thing, freedom.

It’s a precious gift, even if it does come with its share of dangers. Adair is not set free but now classified as escaped, deemed an enemy woman. As Adair does her best to make it south, she does so with her family and her home in mind. But will they still be there when she returns? Or is everything that she holds dear destined to be nothing more than part of the past?

Read this incredible book from Jiles all the way to the end to find out what happens and whether Adair finds her family, happiness, and freedom.

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