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  • Playing Custerby Gerald Duff

    TCU Press 2015; Not Available

    Playing Custer is a novel narrated from varying points of view and time, illuminating personal and political events leading up to the death of General George Armstrong Custer. The historic events are framed by the story of two men from the late twentieth century?one white and one Native American?who travel together to the annual reenactment of the... more...

  • Galveston Roseby Mary Powell

    TCU Press 2015; Not Available

    Vibrant, opinionated, and independent?that?s Galveston widow Rose Parrish. Seventy-six years old and in failing health, Rose is coming to grips with her life. She lives alone in a stately home once full of life; her only companions are her housekeeper, Pearl, her financial advisor, Captain J.J. Broussard, and a young medical student, Jesse Martin.... more...

  • Adversity Is My Angelby Jack L. August; Raul H. Castro

    TCU Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    Adversity is My Angel traces the astounding life of Raul H. Castro, first and only Hispanic governor of Arizona, through his childhood as a Mexican immigrant in a harsh land to his election as governor of the state and presidential appointments as ambassador to El Salvador, Bolivia, and Argentina. It chronicles how he overcame personal and racial... more...

  • Dancing Nakedby Mary Rogers

    TCU Press 2008; US$ 15.95

    Almost every journalist asks the subjects of profiles to tell the truth. Only Mary Rogers requires them to ?dance naked.? To Rogers, an award-winning columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram , that term signifies a pact between the writer, the subject and the reader: only when stories eliminate artifice and express honest beliefs and emotions... more...

  • From Birdwomen to Skygirlsby Fred Erisman

    TCU Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    Close on the heels of the American public?s early enthusiasm over the airplane came aviation stories for the young. From 1910 until the early 1960s, they exalted flight and painted the airplane as the most modern and adventuresome of machines. Most of the books were directed at boys; however, a substantial number sought a girls? audience. Erisman?s... more...

  • Legacy of the Sacred Harpby Chloe Webb

    TCU Press 2010; US$ 15.95

    In Legacy of the Sacred Harp , author Chloe Webb follows the history of this musical form back four hundred years, and in the process uncovers the harrowing legacy of her Dumas family line. Webb set out on a personal quest to reconnect with her ancestors who composed, sang, and lived by the words of Sacred Harp... more...

  • Home Truthsby Gerald Duff

    TCU Press 2011; US$ 9.99

    Novelist Gerald Duff grew up both in Polk County, in Deep East Texas, and in Nederland, near the Gulf Coast, two drastically different areas in terms of social and economic status, and the way they interact. These communities shaped the way Duff thought and lived, causing him to build up certain false personae to fit in with the crowd. These changes... more...

  • Woman of the Peopleby Benjamin Capps; James Ward Lee

    TCU Press 1999; US$ 15.95

    A Woman of the People is one of Texas? best-known and most-respected novels. In this story of the Texas frontier, Capps dramatizes the capture by a Comanche band of a ten-year-old white girl and her five-year-old sister from the upper reaches of the Brazos River a decade before the Civil War. As the narrative progresses, Helen Morrison slowly?and... more...

  • Echoes of Gloryby Robert Flynn

    TCU Press 2009; US$ 15.95

    Robert Flynn's new novel, Echoes of Glory centers on a fictitious Texas county that embraces its legends, but not its actual history. Set in the Reagan era, the novel exposes shared myths as lies and the truth, lacking all comfort. In his inimitable style Flynn paints a portrait of the denizens of the county who tacitly embrace the legend as all... more...

  • Galvestonby Gary Cartwright

    TCU Press 1998; US$ 15.95

    ?Coming down the coastal prairie from Houston on Interstate 45, you can smell the ghosts before you can see or hear them. They smell sweet and moldy, like the unfocused memory of some lost sensation jarred unexpectedly to mind.??from Chapter One more...