Books tagged: nacogdoches

The adult filter is active; content marked as adults-only by the author is not listed. To view this content, click the button below to disable the adult filter.

Found 5 results

March! The Fight for Civil Rights in a Land of Fear
By
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 40,820. Language: English. Published: August 27, 2011 by Stephen Delear. Category: Nonfiction » History » American
In 1929, the white citizens of Nacogdoches, Texas drove their African-American neighbors into a ghetto at the edge of town. The aftereffects of this event haunted the community for more than four decades.
The Door to Mirabila
By
Price: $5.75 USD. Words: 95,640. Language: English. Published: November 10, 2011. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller and Suspense
Tad Holder and his friends, carefree and mischievous, celebrate the final week of school before vacation. Things go well until a meteorite lands in his secret hideaway, opening a door to adventure. The door's dark side, however, gradually turns the perfect summer into a nightmare. In the final stages, Tad struggles against doom; tension and dread take control in an emotional race against time.
Martins Landing Collection
By
Price: $5.75 USD. Words: 28,840. Language: English. Published: December 6, 2011. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Eleven independent short stories about the fabulous 1950's happenings in Martins Landing, the fictional Piney Woods Community of Nacogdoches County. Humor and tragedy.
Nacogdoches Collection
By
Price: $5.75 USD. Words: 37,060. Language: English. Published: December 7, 2011. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
Twelve fictional short stories set in the "Oldest Town in Texas", Nacogdoches, deep in the East Texas Piney Woods. Independent tales of humor and tragedy.
The Murder Of A Maine Prostitute From A Genealogical Perspective
By
Price: $3.75 USD. Words: 3,510. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » True Crime » Murder
Helen Jewett was the daughter of a Maine shoemaker. Raised as Dorcas Doyen, she entered the home of a prominent judge in Portland as a girl. She was turned out of this home for sexual indiscretions. Her misadventures led to a life of prostitution that she lived in establishments in Maine, Boston, and New York City. My text recounts her demise and the ancestry of her family and two of her clients.