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Tag Archives: Samuel Snoek-Brown
Hernando’s right leg came off in a cannon shot but his brother Pedro was there to catch him as he fell. The grapeshot ripped through his bone and muscle at a high arc, fired inexpertly by the Mexicans’ own forces, … Continue reading
Just before Easter, Val saw a woman he swore was Cecily, the girlfriend who had slept with an angel of God. Or so she’d claimed. They were in the HEB; he was in the frozen foods aisle hunting a bag … Continue reading
When he finds her body, he is far off-trail. He had come hiking this rare sunny day just to escape an awful, stress-ridden week, and in his haste he had plunged into the green thickets of ferns and nettles and … Continue reading
Every building and every landmark in Boerne, Texas is built from the chalky limestone native to the region. Other than a few wood accents, little cedar posts or oak accent walls, and the water tower gleaming white in the hot … Continue reading