1929. Venable has composed a sweeping epic historical romance of
Texas featuring hard-bitten settlers from killers to priest,
Kentucky and Tennessee mountaineers, down-east Yankees and many
resolute figures of the new Empire including such persons as Sam
Houston, Stephen Austin, David Crockett and James Bowie. The story
begins: Three officers of the King's Colonial Army sat drinking in
the low-ceilinged taproom of the old Williamsburg Tavern. They
sprawled in their chairs, heavy and sodden. The tongue of the
bulbous-nosed captain had become too thick to follow the sprightly
wit of his fellows, but his hand could still follow theirs to the
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