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Destiny, Texas True Grit, Texas Style From the great grandson of famed US Marshal Rooster Cogburn comes an exciting new legend of the Old West the epic story of a hero, a family, and a sprawling frontier just waiting to be tamed Before the Civil War, Argyle Dollarhyde had everything a man could ever want a beautiful wife, three strong sons, and a prosperous stake in the booming cotton industry But now, Union troops have left the South in ruins and Dollarhyde s life is in shambles Refusing to fall prey to carpetbaggers, Dollarhyde gathers up his family and sets out for the one place a man can still live free Texas Where the natives are as dangerous as the land itself Where wagon trails are forged in blood, cattle drives are defended by bullets, and oil fields are ripe for the taking Here, with only a tiny dugout cabin and small herd of longhorns, Dollarhyde and his sons will carve out their future on the American frontier This is their story A grueling test of Lone Star grit A defiant legacy of Lone Star pride A life or death struggle for Lone Star freedom and, finally, justice for allPraise for Spur Award winner Brett Cogburn Fans of frontier arcana will revel in Cogburn s readable prose and lively charactersPublishers Weekly onRoosterCogburn amazes and astoundsBooklist


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10 thoughts on “Destiny, Texas

  1. Garth Mailman Garth Mailman says:

    From the scion of a Texas Pioneeer comes a legend of frontier Texas in the post civil war days As anyone who has traveled the south will realize to many it s as if those days were yesterday It would be too easy to vilify the Kiowa or Comanches who raided the Dollarhyde camp and excuse the vengeance meted out on the peaceful Wi


  2. Claudia Mundell Claudia Mundell says:

    One of the best books I ever read Not just a western but a panoramic picture of the settling of Texas and a generational saga of a family The characters are tough and rugged, but are vividly drawn so as to be unforgettable The book holds glimpses of Rawhide, Lonesome Dove, Gunsmoke with dashes of Gone with the Wind This was not a book


  3. Al Al says:

    A slower paced read than his other books I ve read More of a Michener like epic story of a family s early struggles in Texas following them into the early 1900 s.


  4. PWRL PWRL says:

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  5. Carol Risez Carol Risez says:

    This is UP THERE as the best book I have ever read Cogburn s writing is wonderfully descriptive, and totally pulled me in I didn t even find any editing errors or sloppy phrasing The subject matter is dear to my heart since I m a 5th gen Texan I bought the book because of the title and the name Cogburn, reminiscent of True Grit Once I started it, I could not


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