Llano Sunrise: An Awakening of the Texas Plains

Llano Sunrise: An Awakening of the Texas Plains

by Mr. J. Robert Dennard


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Llano Sunrise: An Awakening of the Texas Plains by Mr. J. Robert Dennard

Lost in the vast Texas plains of 1867, Tal Ralls pays a heavy price for taking the shortest route to New Mexico to see his dying mother- across the untamed Llano Estacado.

Alone, he's attacked by Comanches, incurring wounds that leave him sick and weak. A Mexican Comanchero doctors his wounds, but steals his belongings and leaves him to the mercy of hungry wolves and a raging blizzard. Rescued by a jovial German trader called Bear, Tal is taken to Adobe Walls where he encounters buffalo hunters, outlaws, gamblers, whores and murderers. Along the way they visit the camp of Bear's friend, Quanah Parker, where Tal falls in love with a beautiful Indian maiden and makes a bitter enemy of her evil brother, Raven Nose, who dedicates the rest of his life to ending Tal's.

Llano Sunrise is a historic action novel and is the first book written by J. Robert Dennard who grew up in Ralls, Texas, located in the heart of the Llano. His boyhood days in the 1950's were spent roaming the canyons around Lubbock and Crosby Counties where he and his dad discovered many campsites and artifacts left by the Comanches who lived there only 75 years before them. Dennard's recurring thought about what he would do if caught out on the Llano by Comanches in their heyday led to his writing Llano Sunrise.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478355458
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/15/2012
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

J. Robert Dennard is known as Bob Dennard in the world of advertising. Educated at The University of North Texas and Art Center School in Los Angeles, Bob started his career as a graphic designer with The Richards Group in Dallas. His graphic design and ad work soon won numerous awards nationally and internationally, enabling him to start his own advertising business in 1979 where he further honed his design, illustration, and writing skills with commercials, ads and brochures. Dennard Creative, as it was called, became well known for its whimsical and colorful approach to brochures, annual reports, ads and web design. Notable clients such as Exxon Mobil, Hyatt Hotels, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Harcourt, Golden Corral, and others have taken Dennard around the world. He and his wife, Pat live in Frisco, Texas where he occasionally keeps a couple of horses to remind him of the days he spent growing up in the wide open spaces of the Llano Estacado.

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