The Old West lives on in South Texas, between the Nueces and Rio Grande rivers, where traditions clash and society interweaves modern and cultural values. I write of forgotten trails and fast trains, good horses and old autos, sheriffs and bandits, Anglos and Tejanos, Buffalo Gals and Señoritas, Mexican hombres and Mexican bandits. And Texas Rangers and the Law of the Six-gun.
Come along with me, to a time when life was lean and linear, and the modern world meets the resistance of traditions older than the brush country. Where trees and men have thorns, and the climate will get you if the varmints don’t.
“Dac Crossley’s “Escape from the Alamo” is an example of western fiction at its finest. Crossley instantly snagged my attention in the first paragraph with the vivid description, providing a setting that actually became as important as the characters. The story moves at a nice pace that will keep readers riveted yet provide just enough opportunities to catch their collective breath. The chapters all ended on hooks that will prevent readers from putting down the book. The front cover is attractive and appropriate for the setting. The back cover provides a nice blurb that will intrigue prospective readers enough to make them want to open the book. The author picture is a nice touch. ” – Writer’s Digest Self-Published Books