Books by Diana Kappel-Smith

Released: Nov. 10, 1992

"There's something of a distancing effect when it comes to people, but, otherwise: a very well-done wilderness diary."
A series of visits to nine different desert areas in the American West and Southwest, by the author of Night Life (1989), etc. Over an 18-month period, logging 25,000 miles, Kappel-Smith recorded her observations of life and death in the desert, and made line drawings of everything she saw, from animals to the cacti and dunes. Read full book review >