Texas Innocence Network founder David Dow’s first foray into fiction explores the trauma of a wrongful conviction.
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Bird produces a memorable re-creation of a freed slave who passed as a man to become a Buffalo Soldier — and of the thoroughly racist country in which she suffered and triumphed.
Kevin Powers is intent on making us see that wars don’t so much start and stop as they generate and breed.
While the frontier Texas subgenre has its limitations, Elizabeth Crook’s new novel is an enduring adventure tale.
Brian Carr’s debut novel is a fast-paced summer read that doesn’t fully deliver on its dystopian premise.
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