Welcome to Torrey House

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The Story of My Heart by Richard Jefferies
as rediscovered by
Brooke Williams & Terry Tempest Williams

“Brooke and Terry give a sense of cohesion to Jefferies’s writing, and leave readers with much to ponder about our own chaotic, fast–paced, work–obsessed world.”


by Barbara K. Richardson

2013 Utah Book Award Winner

“A quest to belong is the theme of this novel from Richardson, whose lyrical prose and heartfelt characters shine through. This novel has much to offer, including a balanced perspective on a controversial time in Mormon history, but its greatest gift is its wisdom about finding one’s own path.”    —Publishers Weekly

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Pale Harvest
by Braden Hepner

“Hepner’s stunning debut novel is an homage to the barren landscape of the American West…a meditation on the nature of hope and self-determination, a sweeping elegy to a dying town and to the bond between blood and earth.”
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review)

“…a deeply moving and intellectually profound novel built on the iconic myth of the American West…A bravura debut.”
KIRKUS REVIEWS (starred review)

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by Mary Sojourner

“[An] intoxicating, provocative, and gloriously told desert tale of wildness and community, unexpected bonds and deep legacies, trauma and healing.”
DONNA SEAMAN, BOOKLIST (starred review)

“This standout ecological novel from Arizona author Sojourner features picturesque prose, a vivid western setting, and sharply drawn characters.”
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (starred review)

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View from THP Office

Torrey House Press is an independent book publisher of fiction and nonfiction about the environment, people, cultures, and resource management issues relating to America’s wild places. Torrey House endeavors to increase appreciation for the importance of natural landscape through the power of pen and story.

One Response to Welcome to Torrey House

  1. Doug Peacock says:

    Great work. Also the best Carrier review I’ve read. Doug Peacock

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