By: Tyler, Crosson and Sally Travis

Price: $25.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

Light wear to cloth-covered boards. The dust jacket is chipped and has some paper loss along the flap folds. Protected now in a Mylar archival sleeve. Signed by Crosson Tyler on the front free endpaper. Clean copy. 356 pages with black and white illustrations and maps. An historical and biographical novel of West Texas (Big Bend area) and the founding of a ranching empire by a Southern woman from a prominent New Orleans family. In 1860, after the death of her father, Valerie Hope O'Brien leaves "polite Southern society" in search of new adventure out west. Co-author Crosson Tyler lived much of his life in Marfa, Texas and consequently much of the setting for this novel is based on the Marfa, Texas area. Co-author Sally Travis (Mecklin) is a direct descendant of Alamo commander William Barret Travis and her husband is also from Marfa and a lifelong friend of Crosson Tyler.

Title: Tabosa

Author: Tyler, Crosson and Sally Travis

Illustrator: Nichols, Jean Cappadonna

Categories: Westerns,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Carlton Press: 1971

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Fair

Inscription: SIGNED

Seller ID: 10565

Keywords: Fiction, Novel, Historical, Biological, West Texas, Ranch,