Pilot Point

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About the author:

Mark Marshall is a lifelong Texan who has spent countless hours on Interstate 20, in cattle auctions near Pilot Point, and in studies of English liturgy and history as well, including stints at Oxford.

Tapping his Texas experiences and his Anglican faith, Marshall has created an introspective and poignant fictional narrative, Pilot Point, in which the Old West and the Book of Common Prayer echo in unison throughout its pages.


Pilot Point
 

Authored by Mark Marshall

Clayton Hays is just orphaned and just thirteen as he rides with his uncle on Interstate 20 across West Texas. On the way, amid a blinding dust storm, Clayton finds the faith and the hope to carry on into manhood. That drive begins a long ride through drought and loss for him and for friends he gains on the way, including Bowie Smith, an old cowboy who talks straight but harbors deep regret, and Leslie Johns, a compassionate young woman trying to develop relationships with the stoic men in her life in her search for companionship and for a father for her boy. They travel down Texas highways and through dusty cattle yards to the destination where the future must be faced, faith grasped, and hard choices made - Pilot Point. A modern setting of traditional Western themes, Pilot Point is Mark Marshall’s début novel.


Publication Date:
2014-09-16
ISBN/EAN13:
1495223485 / 9781495223488
LCCN:
2014901021
Page Count:
316
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Westerns / General




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