Tallahatchie

A Modern Southern Fiction Novel

This is the new cover for the Tallahatchie 2nd Edition

The last thing Jack Hartman should’ve done was leave the beautiful Gulf Coast and move to the Mississippi Delta. Despite his uncle’s warnings that he is being foolish and idealistic, Jack flees the family business and a broken love affair, only to find himself become a beacon of hope for the people of Tallahatchie.

Contemporary Southern Fiction and dark comedy at its finest, Tallahatchie is a story about a colorful group of rural southerners and Jack’s attempt to save the failing furniture factory where they work. With a cast of characters that become as real as they are quirky, author Rick DeStefanis weaves a tale that is as incredibly hilarious as it is tragic.

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You may also enjoy my other books below:

Melody Hill: A Vietnam War Novel

Gomorrah Principle: A Vietnam War Sniper Story

Raeford’s MVP: Military Fiction with a Love Story

Valley of the Purple Hearts: Book #4 of my Vietnam War Series

Rawlings, No Longer Young: A Western Historical Fiction Novel

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Coming Soon: Rawlins, Last Ride to Montana, the Third Book of the Historical Western Fiction Series, The Rawlins Trilogy.

I am hoping to have the final book of the Rawlins Trilogy, Rawlins Last Ride to Montana, out by late January. This historical western series has so far received almost entirely positive reviews. For those who have read the first two books, here’s a summary of this third book:

Rawlins Rides into The Sunset

Virgil and Sarah Rawlins are taking a journey back east, and Virgil is buying cattle in Abilene, Kansas to drive north through the Big Horn River Valley into the Montana Territory. The story includes a tumultuous journey down the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers to Council Bluffs, Iowa. From there they take a train eastward to St. Louis. Suffice to say it is an adventurous and eventful trip that leaves you wondering if Rawlins won’t be making the last ride to Montana alone. I could go into more, but don’t want to spoil the story for you.

If you haven’t tried the Rawlins Trilogy, I hope you will. I don’t believe you will be disappointed. 

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