Dick Stanley is a retired, award-winning daily newspaperman in Austin, Texas. "Leaving The Alamo: Texas Stories After Vietnam," his collection of sixteen unique short stories, grew out of his adjustment to civilian life after six months of combat in Vietnam.
"Knoxville 1863," his debut novel, tells the Civil War tale of the Battle of Fort Sanders from both sides, the Rebel attackers and the Union defenders in the red-clay fort's northwest bastion.
Born in Sumter, SC, Dick is descended from of a long line of Southerners, particularly Texans and Mississ more...
Leaving The Alamo, Texas Stories After Vietnam
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