Books by Adam Pitluk

Adam Pitluk has written for Time, People, and the New York Daily News and is a former editor of Boy's Life magazine. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

Released: Nov. 15, 2007

"Comprehensive but halfhearted."
Meandering examination of a ne'er-do-well blamed for a levee break during the Midwestern floods of 1993. Read full book review >
Released: May 30, 2006

"Jail, deportation, world championship, even a green card: the trajectory of this convict-turned-gentleman can only be marveled upon, and Pitluk's account does Chavez proud. "
As if being a professional boxer weren't hard enough, add the day-to-day worry of being an illegal immigrant and the stigma of being an ex-con. Read full book review >