The Langston Saga

By Carolyn Boyd

Historical fiction | Paperback, Hardback, eBook


Members of the Dunn and Langston families had fought for freedom from the earliest days of the new nation. Their sons and daughters continued to step up in times of danger to protect the land they had tamed and called their home. After the debilitating losses of the Civil War, Matt and Megan Langston moved their family to Texas to escape the cruel inequities of reconstruction. Texas was a land of its own, retaining in many ways the sovereignty of its entity as a Republic. There they encountered new dangers... rustlers, thieves, and hostile Indians.




Carolyn Boyd grew up in Parker County, Texas, and lived most of her life in the North Texas area depicted in The Langston Saga. Her great-great-grandfather moved his family to Texas prior to the Civil War and the stories handed down from generation to generation depicting the challenges and hardships encountered while living on the raw Texas frontier were the inspiration for this, her first novel. Ms. Boyd attended under-graduate school at New Mexico Tech in Socorro, NM, where she graduated with a BS in Petroleum Engineering. She attended law school at Oklahoma City University, where she received her JD. She is now semi-retired, accepting only Court appointments involving incapacitated adults or children in need of a guardian or attorney.


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Carolyn Boyd grew up in Parker County, Texas, and lived most of her life in the North Texas area depicted in The Langston Saga. Her great-great-grandfather moved his family to Texas prior to the Civil War and the stories handed down from generation to generation depicting the challenges and hardships encountered while living on the raw Texas frontier were t...


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