The author of the just-out ’The Which Way Tree’ discusses her favorite Texas novel.
Articles by Elizabeth Crook
Apr 10, 2014 — By Elizabeth Crook
On a sweltering Monday in August 1966, Charles Whitman climbed to the top of the University of Texas Tower and began shooting pedestrians below, killing eleven people and forever altering the lives of many others. In this excerpt from her new novel, Elizabeth Crook reimagines the day that changed everything.
Apr 30, 2004 — By Elizabeth Crook
There was a lot about Rosita Holdsworth Hollar that pegged her as the least likely role model in my family: She was cantankerous and sharp-tongued, something of a loner, and a terrible cook and housekeeper. But there have been many times when her example has been a comfort to me.
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