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Mary Bryan Stafford

A Wasp in the Fig Tree

A Wasp in the Fig Tree

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In Texas, it's politics as usual, but to Isabel Martin, it threatens her very being. She escapes to her uncle's idyllic Ranch of the Fig Trees in South Texas, expecting a luxurious haven after of her parents' divorce. But there is an insidious little rumor about the family that the whole county is talking about--how Lyndon Johnson won the senate election that launched him into power. Isabel struggles to believe her uncle is innocent of voter fraud, but how can she know what to believe when rumor lays a heavy film of guilt over the family she loves?

Author: Mary Bryan Stafford
Publisher: Mary Bryan Stafford
Published: 05/29/2014
Pages: 292
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.95lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.66d
ISBN: 9780615913636

About the Author
Mary Bryan Stafford grew up in South Texas and was a niece in the infamous family of patrón George Parr, the Duke of Duval. She is seventh generation Texan and a member of The Daughters of the Republic of Texas. She graduated from The College of William and Mary in Virginia with degrees in English and Spanish but got back to Texas on the fast train. She taught school in Corpus Christi, Round Rock and Lake Travis High School and loved being an instructor in aerobic dance. She and her husband have traveled widely throughout Europe, South America and Africa, but now live the Hill Country where she spends her time writing and training her two horses. An award-winning author, she is published for "Blowout," in the anthology Women Write about the Southwest, winner of the Willa Award, "Epiphany" in the anthology The Noble Generation III and many times in the Texas Poetry Calendar. In addition to being a quarterfinalist in Amazon's Breakthrough Novel Contest, her fiction has been recognized as a first place winner multiple times in writing contests throughout the country. She has been a regular contributor of interesting and informative articles to County Life Magazine and Faces and Places Magazine for the Texas Hill Country

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