Author: Henry Chappell

Blood Kin
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978-0-896-72530-0 Cloth $27.95 6/6/2004

Blood Kin

"Isaac's choices are stark, and the moral dilemmas he faces as he matures form the basis of this richly detailed, emotionally engaging slice of Texas frontier life. Chappell's novel reads the way a John Ford western unfolds on the screen: good folks...

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The Callings
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978-0-896-72494-5 Cloth $24.95 9/9/2002

The Callings

The South Plains, 1873Bison herds are dwindling on the Kansas prairie. Logan Fletcher, a young faith healer from Kentucky, labors as a skinner on a buffalo hunting crew, waiting for the taming of the plains and the chance to spread the Word to the c...

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Silent We Stood
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978-0-896-72832-5 Cloth $19.95 9/11/2013

Silent We Stood

On July 8, 1860, Dallas, Texas burned. Three slaves were accused of arson and hanged without a trial. Today, most historians attribute the fire to carelessness.Texas was the darkest corner of the Old South, too remote and violent for even the braves...

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Silent We Stood
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978-1-682-83031-4 Paperback $19.95 1/1/1900

Silent We Stood

Winner of the 2014 Western Writers of America Spur AwardIt was dangerous to be an abolitionist in the Deep South in the mid-19th century. But opposing slavery and helping runaway slaves escape toward Mexico or Canada was particularly risky in Texas ...

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