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William D. Darling

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William D. Darling is a life-long storyteller. For much of his life, he’s spun narratives out of eyewitness accounts and evidence in courtroom, using that ability to win cases as a lawyer and a prosecutor. With the release of his first novel in 2015, he’s parlayed his storytelling ability into creating compelling fiction rooted in his myriad experiences.

Darling is as Texan as they come, except he’s not a native Texan. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1942. His father transferred to a job in Houston mere weeks before his birth, but his mother was too pregnant to even travel by car (according to doctors’ rules at the time). Shortly after coming into the world, Darling and his mother came to Texas, and the state’s been central to his identit
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Houston Chronicle on Anahuac: “Worth seeking out”

Imagine my surprise and delight on Sunday morning to learn that the Houston Chronicle wrote a review of Anahuac to kick off its 2019 Sunday book review section, which was also carried by its sister paper, the San Antonio Express-NewsChris Gray — a former Austin Chronicle writer who relocated to Houston to write about music there — did an outstanding job writing his review, and I tip my hat to...

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Published on January 07, 2019 16:09
Average rating: 4.48 · 25 ratings · 8 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
Anahuac (A Texas Story #2)

4.44 avg rating — 18 ratings3 editions
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Anahuac by William D. Darling
"(Five Stars with a caveat*). Anahuac: A Texas Story, Volume 2 is my first book finished in 2018 -- and it leaves some big shoes to fill for all those that come after it. Perhaps it has a winning edge over others by including three of my favorite e..." Read more of this review »
Anahuac by William D. Darling
"While certainly a period piece, I'm glad that this book didn't delve too far into Texas history because it already has so much to offer on its own. There is no point in making a masterpiece of the backdrop when the main players, the main point of..." Read more of this review »
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Spark Joy by Marie Kondō
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This is a book for those whose lives are cluttered with unnecessary things. It has an explanation of why you probably live in a cluttered mess and gives a step by step (in excruciating detail) of how to straighten up you house and maybe your life. I ...more
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Heisenberg by Simon Stephens
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Morgan's Point by William D. Darling
" Anahuac is out. It is the sequel. "
Anahuac by William D. Darling
"Thriller is definitely an apt description for Anahuac. The entire story is a fast train ride through the Texas legal system in the 1970s. What could be more thrilling than that?

Jim Ward is not a new character. You will find him among the pages of..." Read more of this review »
Anahuac by William D. Darling
" Thanks for your review. The production of the Audio book exposed the proofreading issue and they have been corrected. Your review is the type that hel ...more "
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The Fire Drake by Glenn Cunningham
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The Lost San Saba Mines by C.F. Eckhardt
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