Billy Penland book three Finding Home
The Billy Penland series is a Texas Tale of living, loving and fighting the war against evil. Bandera was a ten year tragedy for Billy's family. In helping the Texas Ranger apprehend a band of criminals, one of Billy's sons was killed, their house was burned to the ground, and Billy began drinking heavily. A family crisis on Christmas Day changed everyone in Billy's family forever. More
The Billy Penland series is a Texas Tale of living, loving, and fighting the war against evil. Billy moved his family to Bandera to help his aunt Molly whose husband had been murdered by drinking poison whiskey. The Texas Ranger investigating Uncle John's murder kept Billy informed of the facts that his investigation uncovered. The same barefooted, rock-throwing men who murdered Uncle john, killed his oldest son, and then caused the death of Jack, one of Billy's sons. Billy again turned to alcohol to ease his pain. After their house burned to the ground on December 31, 1911, Rhoda miscarried a baby boy. When the Texas Ranger finally found the hide-out of the killers, he asked Billy for help and Billy and his two oldest sons, Athus and Bus, went to help. They failed in their first attempt to apprehend the criminals. A family crisis occurred on Christmas Day 1914 that changed everyone in Billy's family forever. They finally killed-out the band of criminals, and on May 1, 1915, Billy's family left Bandera and wandered in a covered wagon train in Texas for most of the rest of the year, looking for a home where they could live in peace.