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DEANNE STILLMAN is the author of Twentynine Palms, which Hunter Thompson called “a strange and brilliant story by an important American writer.” It was a Los Angeles Times bestseller and one of its Best Books of 2001. Her work appears in various publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, and Slate. For the past twenty years she has lived in Los Angeles, close to her beloved desert, which she has explored by foot and on horseback. The idea for Mustang originated ten years ago, when she began researching the Reno horse killings.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Mustang -- History.
West (U.S.) -- History.