New York Times Bestselling Author Completes the Five-Book Texicans Saga with Release of The Banshees

 
DALLAS - July 5, 2022 - PRLog -- The Texicans series was born in 2019 with the release of The Banshees, by Parris Afton Bonds. The five books beautifully narrate the tale of the Paladín family.

Before there was New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, or Utah, there was Texas. Molded by Old Mexico and a new rough and ready breed of hearty settlers from around the world, The Lone Star Republic was the thing of dreams—land, riches, liberty, home. For the Paladín family, it is all of those things and so much more.

The saga spans over 100 years, beginning with The Brigands in the first half of the nineteenth century, and ending in The Cold War era with The Banshees. In this final installment, the Paladín progeny find themselves center stage in the great military, political, and social tumult of the mid-twentieth century.

Bonds states about her latest work, "Texas is rich in historical drama. From early on, I felt compelled to write its saga.  The five-volume series of The Texicans ranges from The Brigands' epic Battle of San Jacinto in 1836, one of the decisive battles of the world; proceeds through The Bravados' Great Galveston Hurricane in1900, still the deadliest natural disaster and the worst hurricane in U.S. history; encompasses The Betrayers' tingling tale of the Cold War, when NASA was created in Houston to counter Russia's threat to dominate the world; and concludes with The Banshees in 1963 in Dallas with the shocking presidential assassination."

Bonds is no stranger to historical fiction, and has published more than 50 novels since she began writing in 1972. She often weaves a tale that is a mixture of hard facts, and what might have been.

Visit www.ParrisAftonBonds.com to find all of her novels.

About the Author

Parris Afton Bonds is the mother of five sons and the author of nearly fifty published novels. She is co-founder and first vice president of Romance Writers of America, as well as, cofounder of Southwest Writers Workshop.

Declared by ABC's Nightline as one of three best-selling authors of romantic fiction, the New York Times best seller Parris Afton Bonds has been featured in major newspapers and magazines and published in more than a dozen languages.

The Parris Award was established in her name by the Southwest Writers Workshop to honor a published writer who has given outstandingly of time and talent to other writers. Prestigious recipients of the Parris Award include Tony Hillerman and the Pulitzer nominee Norman Zollinger.

She donates spare time to teaching creative writing to both grade school children and female inmates, both whom she considers her captive audiences.

Contact Information:
Diane Windsor, Publisher, Motina Books, LLC
303-668-0440
http://www.MotinaBooks.com
Diane@MotinaBooks.com
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