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By Jay Brandon and Joe Labatt
Michael and Kathy set off on a romantic seaside vacation to the Texas Gulf Coast where they meet the wealthy and glamorous Jack and Vivian Leffler. Kathy is captivated by the Lefflers’ worldly sophistication, but Michael senses something disturbing and even other-worldly about Kathy’s new friends. Why are the Lefflers so obsessed with the scandalous 1920’s? What is their connection to an unsolved robbery, to a mysterious drowning? Ultimately, the answers lie waiting on the jumbled, jagged rocks of THE JETTY.
By Margaret Cousins
The Boy in the Alamo
A classic children’s book, the Boy in the Alamo tells the story of 12-year-old Billy Campbell’s maturation and of the victory and hope that arose from the Texians’ defeat at the Alamo. Author Margaret Cousins takes an in-depth look at life and war in San Antonio in 1836.
By John Kerr
In what is hailed as England’s “darkest hours,” two separate lives are brought
together through crisis and despair across the Irish Sea in Cardigan Bay. As
you travel through a year of crossroads and calamity as Germany sweeps
across the country side and Hitler races towards the Russians, you will no
doubt be entranced by this breathtaking novel of not only life and loves shared,
but also battlegrounds, plotters, and provocateurs.
By Enrique Berruga
Enrique Berruga, a former Mexican ambassador to the United
Nations, weaves together narratives set in 1848 and 1998 to tell a
story of love, treachery and the historic relationship between Texas
By David Nathan Johnson
Madero in Texas
Edited By Felix D. Almaraz, Jr.
The story of the men who planned the Mexican revolution from
their exile in San Antonio. Author David Nathan Johnson takes a
compelling look at the drama of the lives of the men who would later
liberate Mexico from dictator Porfirio Diaz as they spent their time in
the bars of Houston Street and the plazas of the King William District.
A Picture Book of San Antonio…
to Color, Copy & Complete
Artist Paul Hudgins and writer David Bowen offer an educational,
bilingual and interactive look at San Antonio for young children, chock
full of the vibrant history and culture of San Antonio — as well as lots
By Paul Cox and Patty Leslie
Texas Trees: A Friendly Guide
San Antonio botanist Paul Cox and horticulturist Patty Leslie explore
120 trees from among 46 Texas species in a way that even the
layman can appreciate. Learn about everything from history, legends
and folk medicine to the commercial uses of Texas trees.