Books by Nina Vida

THE TEXICANS by Nina Vida
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2006

"Rich with period detail, an elegant, character-driven novel about the clash of cultures that forged the Lone Star spirit. Should be required reading in the contemporary immigration debate."
In a story as vast and action-packed as Texas itself, Vida (The End of Marriage, 2002, etc.) follows four strangers who join forces during the lawless years of early statehood. Read full book review >
THE END OF MARRIAGE by Nina Vida
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 2001

"Sympathetic characters vividly detailed, but trapped in action overload."
From veteran Vida (Between Sisters, 1996, etc.), a tale with more twists and turns than Pacific Route One: a scarred man and a woman are brought together by a suicide that looks suspiciously like murder. Read full book review >
BETWEEN SISTERS by Nina Vida
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 1996

"Still, Lela is a strong woman more appealing than most."
A horrific if dizzyingly paced second novel from the author of Goodbye, Saigon (1994), this about a young woman's struggle to deal with the rage and sexual abuse that destroyed her family and indelibly scarred her. Read full book review >
GOODBYE, SAIGON by Nina Vida
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 27, 1994

"Powerhouse fiction, fueled by an obnoxious yet sympathetic protagonist whose grittiness and determination hold together the frenetic plot. (Author tour)"
This fast and furious novel by the author of Return From Darkness (1986) chronicles the adventures of Truong Anh, a fast- talking Vietnamese refugee who sets up a phony law firm in Little Saigon, the Vietnamese enclave of Los Angeles. Read full book review >