Gone to Dallas: The Storekeeper 1856-1861

Sara’s husband was a disappointment in life, but she had to admit he was a handsome corpse . . .
Gone to Dallas is a high-stakes Texas tale of migration, betrayal, death, and dreams--an unforgettable story of a formidable 19-year-old widow determined, despite obstacles, to open a general store. Plot twists, a strong female character, and a combination of fact and fiction make this a page-turner. More
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About the Series: Brave and Strong
How Texas became Texas! The page-turning, historical novels of the Texas Brave and Strong series are salted with true events and populated with the brave and strong men and women that built the West. Follow a host of fascinating characters, both fictional and real. Open the door to a time beginning with pioneer settlement—when Texas was the edge of the frontier. . .through the Civil War and Reconstruction . . .and into a new century of railroads, big ranches, and even bigger personalities. Inspiring, Enthralling, Memorable. Paul Hobby, former CEO of Texas Monthly describes Gone to Dallas,The Storekeeper 1856-1861 (Book One in the Brave and Strong series): "Laurie Moore-Moore projects a tale of decency and resourcefulness that is fundamental to the continuing identity of the American West in general and of Texas specifically.” As the Texas state song says, “God bless you Texas and keep you brave and strong.”

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