Author: Hal McBride
The author has meticulously woven threads of fiction into a fabric of fact. While the men of this story possess an enigmatic and exhilarating quality, it is the women who are truly the compelling and mesmerizing characters, from Molly Brennan and Kate Elder in the saloons of Sweetwater, to the heroic Hanna Olds of Adobe Walls. The fictional Nettie Mae is a unique and unexpected heroine.
From its beginnings and primitive Sweetwater, Texas to its gratifying summary conclusions, "Who Be Dragons" is intellectually stimulating and vibrantly satisfying.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
He received the majority of his undergraduate education at Arizona State College (now Northern Arizona University) in Flagstaff, Arizona. He completed his master's and doctoral degrees at the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dr. McBride resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife, their two sons and grandchildren. "Who Be Dragons" is his second book following the acclaimed memoir, "To Bear Witness".
Dr. McBride may be contacted by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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