4 Books by Oklahoma Authors to Read Now

A Great Reason to Curl Up on the Couch with a Good Book

100 Things to Do in Oklahoma City Before You Die (2nd Edition)
Lauren Roth, 2019. $16

There are countless options for entertainment, arts, dining and outdoor activities in our thriving city. Lauren Roth's new handbook gives you the latest options and advice on exploring them. 

Classic Restaurants of Oklahoma City
David Cathey, 2016 $22

There is no higher authority on food in Oklahoma City than my friend Dave Cathey, "The Food Dude." As the food editor of The Oklahoman since 2008, Dave has eaten it all. In this book, he gives us a rundown on the past and present culinary offerings in our delicious city. 

Boom Town: The Fantastical Saga of Oklahoma City, Its Chaotic Founding... Its Purloined Basketball Team, and the Dream of Becoming a World-Class Metropolis
Sam Anderson, 2019 $28

Staff writer at The New York Times Magazine Sam Anderson tells a tale of our beloved city from its origins and growth, through our successful bid to join the ranks of the NBA. 

Heritage Hills: Preservation of a Historic Neighborhood
Bob L. Blackburn, 1990 $35

One of Oklahoma City's most beloved historic neighborhoods is showcased in this gorgeous book by Bob L. Blackburn. Bob takes his readers back to the early days of the area and the ongoing efforts to maintain its original splendor. 

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