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Talk and Signing at Texas A&M

May 18, 2017

Tags: Horses to Ride, Cattle to Cut, Bush Library, Texas A&M

Nervous BSing as the auditorium filled up behind us. We didn't dare look back. After my short introduction to San Antonio Viejo and our book, Wyman blew everybody away with his photo presentation.

Wyman and I enjoyed a great talk and signing with a packed house at the George Bush Presidental Library and Museum at Texas A&M on Tuesday night. Boy, do those Aggies buy books. My thanks to the Museum and Library staff for hosting a wonderful event and to East Foundation CEO Neal Wilkins for setting things in motion.

Selected Work

Novels
"I regard Silent We Stood as being among the finest Civil War novels I have ever read"
  • David Madden, Civil War Book Review
  • "Blood Kin is historical fiction at its best."
  • Bruce Winders, Historian and Curator, The Alamo
  • "The finest book on buffalo hunting and the resulting conflict with the Comanches that I have ever read."
  • Doris R. Meredith, Roundup
  • Non-fiction Books
    "Sharp and colorful also describe the economical prose of sports and wildlife writer Henry Chappell"
  • Elaine Wolff, San Antonio Current
  • Magazine Work
    Articles and Reviews
    Feature Articles
    Columns and Feature Articles