Below are some people who have read and loved our books. Do you have a favorite UNP book?


O'BrienWild Idea
By Dan O’Brien

Kirkus review:
“This is a deeply humane book that looks at ranching as a sustainable enterprise, a way of life more than an economic engine…There may be plenty of disappointments out on the Plains, but this book is not one of them.”

Read an excerpt from the book.



The Wheeling Year

By Ted KooserKooser

Basalt review:
“His poems and this book of prose have arrived at just the right time, when we all need the reminder to lay down our phones, tablets and laptops–whatever keeps us from looking out the window or meeting the eyes of a passerby–and notice the actual world.”

Read an excerpt from the book.


9780803255395-Perfect.inddNow We Will Be Happy
By Amina Gautier

Booklist review:
“Gautier’s linked stories deftly capture her character’s internal struggles for identity and home.”

Read an excerpt from the book.






Frozen in Time
By Adam Raider

Sitting on the Sidelines review:
“All in all, it’s a wonderful book. Very well laid out, easy to keep up with, definitely worth reading.”

Read an excerpt from the book.



RabowThe Lost Matriarch: Finding Leah in the Bible and Midrash
By Jerry Rabow

San Diego Jewish World review:
“If, indeed, Leah is lost to the Jewish people, then I for one believe that she can be found in Rabow’s book The Lost Matriarch.”–Fred Reiss

Read an excerpt from the book.



9780803248786-Perfect.inddPrairie Forge
By James Kimble

H-War review:

“Kimble’s work is a solid, thoroughly researched, and extremely accessible monograph on a discrete vignette from the World War II home front.”  –Bruce D. Cohen

Read an excerpt from the book.


By Sue Eisenfeld


Kirkus review:

“Eisenfeld writes about Shenandoah the way Annie Proulx writes about Wyoming or Edward Abbey about the deserts of the Southwest: pristine, unsentimental, eloquent prose.”



WaltzWarrior Diplomat
By Michael Waltz

Fox News author interview:

“Sometimes the right book comes along at just the right time – such is the case with Michael G. Waltz’s new book, “Warrior Diplomat” –Dana Perino

Read an excerpt from the book.

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