HOME TO TEXAS by Stanley Walker

HOME TO TEXAS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

At 47, in 1955, Stanley Walker renounced New York City and its pressures, took himself a bride and returned to a neglected, vandalized house and land, in Texas. The story of his first ten years of cleaning, fixing and setting up- is a sage of a way of life that has brought its own rewards. Along with family history, farm doings, local characters, etc., this should find its audience beyond the lone star stale.

Publisher: Harper