The Bookshelf, The Parlor, The Young Texas Reader, and the Monthly

The Texas Bookshelf is different from the The Texas Parlor, . The Texas Parlor carries "general" bookish information and non-book information and even different Texana news and notes of use to the bibliographically challenged and other nosey folks intersted in historical, literary, and cultural observations. Will's Texana Monthly may carry material from either blog, but extends itself beyond those, especially for longer compilations or treatments. The Monthly, the Bookshelf and the Parlor are all companions. So, is the Young Texas Reader which specialized on books and such things for the youngest to the teenagers.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Sweet and the Dead - Milton T. Burton

The review begins

Book Review: The Sweet And The Dead by Milton T. Burton
Posted on June 7th, 2008 by Kevin Tipple

"Tyler, Texas Author Milton T. Burton distinguished himself with the powerful debut novel “The Rogues’ Game.” Unlike many authors, there is no slump in his stand alone second novel titled “The Sweet And The Dead.” The mystery is complex, the writing is superb, and the read is wonderful.
As the novel opens, it is the fall of 1970 and Manfred Eugene “Hog” Webern is deep undercover in Biloxi, Mississippi. Hog is a retired Dallas County Deputy Sheriff, a good man, and a damn good cop despite the word on the street."

Read more about it.

[Oh, and, Mike, there's a Texas Ranger]

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