Muriel DeBuque announces release of ‘The Impossible Texan’ PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 21 November 2013 08:35

New book takes readers through one lady’s fight to find her family

SAINT REGIS FALLS, N.Y. – In “The Impossible Texan” (published by AuthorHouse), author Muriel DeBuque’s new novel, readers follow Sarah Rogers as she navigates the many pitfalls of life.

Sarah Rogers moves to Austin, Texas with her husband, Steven, to begin their life together. Back home in Gooseneck, there is a journal and a treasure that a ghost showed her. Soon she is pregnant and alone. As she struggles to raise quadruplets, she finds that they are slowly turning against her.  With her world falling apart around her, Sarah must figure out where her family is running off to and why she is so alone in the world.


An excerpt from “The Impossible Texan”:

“‘Wait a minute,’ she said and went into her bedroom. When she came back, she was carrying a small blue box. ‘Before I open this, I’ll tell you a story. When I first found it, it was red like a ruby; in fact, that’s what I thought it was, but it is as big as a golf ball. But when you hold it in your hand, it becomes warm. The meaning of this is in this paper, which is old and yellow and needs to be handled with care. I can read some of it, and the date has the number 1589. I take it; it was the year that someone won it. There is a journal in my parents’ estate that tells all about the first Samuel Sommers and what he has done. Someday I’m going to find it. I just have to get back home to do it.’”

“The Impossible Texan”

By Muriel DeBuque

Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 320 pages | ISBN 9781481760225

E-Book | 320 pages | ISBN 9781481760218

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

 

About the Author

Muriel DeBuque lives in northern New York with her husband, Loren, and their rat terrier, Killer. They have eight grandchildren, one step grandson and three great-grandchildren.

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