Desert Rats: Adventures In The American Outback by Chinle Miller

November 27, 2012 by JJ in Books with 0 Comments

Step outside into the American Outback, the Utah dessert that is, in a short story collection titled: Desert Rats: Adventures In The American Outback. Saddle up alongside author Chinle Miller on her side splitting, eco-induced, rhinestone western adventures.

As a true traveler herself, Chinle and her pack of dogs plus one cat make up the Spotted Dog Ranch. Together they have written a handfull of adventure books that any self respecting, desert wanderlust shouldn’t live another day without.

Generously described as eco-humor, anything is fair game for Chinle’s understated tongue-in-cheek writing. You’ll love seeing the underdogs win for once, and if nothing else, you’ll be left with a book you can innocently pass on to your favorite corrupt nature-hating developer or politician.

Desert Rats: Adventures in the American Outback

This book, along with more books on nature and the American west can be found at Yellow Cat Publishing.

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