A Personal Country
by A.C. Greene
This book brings alive what one man feels about his childhood home — West Texas. It is the Brazos country of summer fishing expeditions, streets of Abilene, remains of a Butterfield Stage Line way station, sparse grazing lands under infinite skies — all made resonant by a native son’s affection and understanding.
Long viewed as a classic piece of Texas literature by longtime journalist A.C. Greene. First published in 1969, now available in paperback. 5.5×8.5″, 350 pages. Illustrated by Ancel Nunn, with a foreword by Larry L. King.