“Crow’s work delivers a truthful and ultimately empowering missive about the long shadow cast by an abusive parent.”—Publishers Weekly
“For fans of Tara Westover’s Educated, The Pale-Faced Lie: A True Story is a disturbing yet captivating memoir of how one man’s psychopathic delusions can imprison an entire family . . . an empowering memoir.”—New York Journal of Books
“Crow’s memoir is cinematically gripping. . . . An extraordinary remembrance that’s both gut-wrenching and inspiring.”—Kirkus Reviews
“A hard-hitting, gut-punch memoir that should be on any reading list about family relationships and abuse, true crime, and Native American culture and interrelationships.”—Midwest Book Review
“[Crow] has considerable wisdom to impart and an unexpected ending that will linger in memory. I promise that you’ve never read a book quite like this one.”—Jeff Guinn, New York Times best-selling author
“Heartbreaking and gut-wrenchingly honest. Anyone with a troubled childhood should read The Pale-Faced Lie. David Crow’s book is proof that hope rises from the ashes.”—Chris Enss, New York Times best-selling author
“A memoir of an extraordinary life that is lifted by extraordinary storytelling. . . . It is emotionally emotionally engaging, consistently entertaining, and nearly impossible to put down.”—James Anderson, author of The Never-Open Desert Diner and Lullaby Road
“The Pale-Faced Lie is as gripping as some of the best-selling fiction books ever written. David Crow’s amazing true story is hard to read, but even harder to put down. I missed one of my own deadlines because I didn’t want to stop reading!”—Sherry Monahan, award-winning author of The Golden Elixir of the West; Tinsel, Tumbleweeds, and Star-Spangled Celebrations; and The Cowboy’s Cookbook
June 11. 6:30–8:00 p.m. Busboys and Poets. Book signing.
June 13. Milwaukee. WTMJ-TV (NBC affiliate). The Morning Blend.
June 15. 12:00–3:00 p.m. Berlin, Maryland. The Greyhound Bookstore. Book signing.
June 19–22. Tucson. Western Writers of America annual convention.
June 23. Phoenix. KTVK-TV (CBS affiliate). Good Morning Arizona.
June 24. Phoenix. AZTV7. Arizona Daily Mix.
June 25. 7:00–8:00 p.m. Phoenix. Changing Hands Bookstore. Book signing.
June 27. Memphis. WREG-TV. WREG News Channel 3 Live at 9. Hosts: Marybeth Conley & Alex Coleman.
July 25. 6:00 p.m. Albuquerque. Bookworks. Book signing.