Books by Marshall De Bruhl

Released: Nov. 1, 2010

"A whirlwind tour through the history of a vast foreign land. One quibble: The profusion of unfamiliar names is overwhelming and disorienting, requiring more help than that provided by the single map included in the book."
A character-rich narrative of the exploration and exploitation of the Amazon River and the land drained by it from the days of the first European explorers to today's cattle ranchers, farmers and oil men. Read full book review >
SWORD OF SAN JACINTO by Marshall De Bruhl
Released: March 1, 1993

Close on the heels of John Hoyt Williams's Sam Houston (1992), freelance historian De Bruhl's biography of the colorful Texas hero also commemorates the 200th anniversary of Houston's birth—but this is a lackluster, inferior chronicle. Read full book review >