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“Saga of a Texas Ranger,”
the first in a series of four exciting historical westerns by Jeffery Robenalt highlighting the fabled history of the Texas Rangers from 1840 until the aftermath of the Civil War, is the story of sixteen year-old Caleb McAdams who, seeking revenge after his family is massacred during the Great Comanche Raid of 1840, joins Jack Hays and the Texas Rangers at the Battle of Plum Creek. For the next six years, until the dawn of the war with Mexico, Caleb rides with Hays and his sidekick and fellow scout, Bigfoot Wallace, through some of the most memorable events in the history of the fabled Texas Rangers; from savage encounters with the Comanches on the Upper Colorado and the legendary fight at Walker Creek, to pitched battles against Mexican troops at Salado Creek and the infamous border town of Mier. Through it all, Caleb struggles to survive a deadly feud with the Pate brothers while coming to grips with his love for two women: the lovely and driven Wanda Cooper, who is torn between her love for Caleb and a life-long desire to further her education in New Orleans, and the beautiful and ambitious Lucinda Vaca, the daughter of Caleb’s ranching partner, who intends to take advantage of Wanda’s absence to win Caleb and help him build the thousands of acres he inherited from his father into one the finest ranches in Texas.
Reviews by noted Authors
“Absolutely spellbinding! If you’re looking for action and high adventure, Jeff Robenalt has provided it. Saga of a Texas Ranger is a rousing, historically accurate tale told in the tradition of Louis L’Amour’s Sackett Chronicles. You won’t want to put it down.” – Flip Flippen, New York Times bestselling author of The Flip Side
“Jeffery Robenalt’s extensive knowledge of Texas history and geography has allowed him to weave a captivating story of adventure, perseverance, and romance that will immediately capture and hold any reader’s imagination.” – Donaly E. Brice, Texas State Archives historian and author of The Great Comanche Raid
Historical fiction at its finest! You can order your own hardcover, kindle, or soft cover version of “Saga of a Texas Ranger” by clicking on the following link http://www.amazon.com/Saga-Texas-Ranger-Jeffery-Robenalt/dp/1609761731
- Book 2 in the “Saga of a Texas Ranger” series
Set in the newly annexed state of Texas, circa 1846 to 1849, “Star Over Texas” continues the Saga of a Texas Ranger, as Caleb McAdams and his fellow Texas Rangers volunteer for service in the Mexican-American War. From fierce encounters in the streets of Monterrey and on the plains of Buena Vista, to deadly engagements with guerrillas on the long road to Mexico City, the action in this rousing adventure saga is non-stop. Through it all, Caleb continues to struggle with the love he has for two women, and survive a long-running feud with the Pate brothers.
Review by noted author
“Keeping with the tradition of Western greats Louis L’Amour and Elmer Kelton, Jeff Robenalt magically brings the history of old Texas to life, as his epic Saga of a Texas Ranger continues. In Star Over Texas, Robenalt expertly weaves a historic tapestry of breathtaking adventure and intriguing romance into a thrilling, action-packed story that will immediately reach out and capture any reader’s imagination. Star Over Texas is definitely a classic you won’t want to miss!” – Flip Flippen, New York Times bestselling author of The Flip Side.
About the Author: Jeffery Robenalt served in Vietnam as a Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps and later as a Platoon Leader in the 101st Airborne Division. He has a BS in sociology from Troy University, a BA in history from New York University, and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Tech University. The author resides with his wife, Lizabeth, and daughter, Emily, in Lockhart, Texas, where he teaches Texas history at Lockhart Junior High.
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