Books by Donley Watt

REYNOLDS by Donley Watt
Released: April 1, 2001

"Wry details and witty, dead-on dialogue charged with biblical echoes give Watt (Haley, Texas 1959, 1999, etc.) real class."
East Texas novel built on the Cain-and-Abel story. Read full book review >
HALEY, TEXAS 1959 by Donley Watt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 15, 1999

"Watt is a capable stylist, but he needs a subject."
Two deeply disappointing, pallid novellas, identified as fictionalized autobiography, by the author of the story collection Can You Get There from Here? (1994). Read full book review >
CAN YOU GET THERE FROM HERE? by Donley Watt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 15, 1994

"Ordinary people don't have to be boring—look at Walter Mitty- -but unfortunately Watt's characters are."
A debut collection of slice-of-life stories about run-of-the- mill Texans—cruising men with women on the brain, and bosomy women with men on the brain. Read full book review >