Books by Pauls Toutonghi

Pauls Toutonghi was born in Seattle, Washington, on July 4, 1976, to a Latvian mother and an Egyptian father. He is a mongrel. His earliest memories are steeped in linguistic confusion. He has worked as a burrito roller, a pizza delivery driver, a waiter

DOG GONE by Pauls Toutonghi
Released: June 14, 2016

"Honest reflections on a beloved dog that went missing and the frantic search to find him. For more universally interesting dog stories, turn to Jon Katz."
A lost dog and the family who strived to find him. Read full book review >
EVEL KNIEVEL DAYS by Pauls Toutonghi
Released: July 17, 2012

"Brilliantly imagined. Artfully written. Superbly entertaining."
Khosi Saqr is an all-American boy, growing up in Butte, and a descendant of William Andrews Clark, the copper-mining king who put the Montana city on the world map. Read full book review >
RED WEATHER by Pauls Toutonghi
Released: May 23, 2006

"Toutonghi is an observant writer, but he stalks a demure middle ground, never offering outright humor or drama."
A run-down section of Milwaukee, as well as the fall of communism, provide the backdrop for this coming-of-age novel. Read full book review >