In Another Country, a novel by Peggy Snodgrass

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A RIVETING BOOK. I literally could not put it down …  a must-read for every Texan.”

                                   --- Terry Anderson, Texas on the Plate, Fredericksburg, Texas

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Can an old woman alone in an isolated farmhouse protect herself from a gang of young men on drugs with only a Saturday night special and stubborn determination?

Description of the novel by Peggy Snodgrass, In Another Country:
The elderly Connie Rogers finds herself embroiled in a struggle with corrupt bureaucracies and at risk of losing her property, her security, and most of all, the thing a self-reliant woman fears most, the loss of her independence.

In Another Country is a novel of justice and independence, an atmospheric celebration of humanity and individual will, guaranteed to keep readers turning the pages, right to the powerful conclusion.

About the Author
A native Texan, Peggy Snodgrass grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and currently lives in the Texas Hill Country with her husband Joe. A graduate of Texas Tech University, she has had a career in fine art and taught at Baylor University. In Another Country is her first novel.



Reviews of the novel by Peggy Snodgrass, In Another Country:

Mesmerizing characterizations take you to a fascinating world where age, crime, politics, and cultural values mingle in their inimitable South Texas way … consummate skill and passion.” 

 --- Jan Epton Seale, Airlift: Short Stories



        -- Charlie Rankin, owner, KURV-radio [city], Voice of Valley Agriculture -retired


  “ an emotional roller coaster ride

---Ernie Altgelt, Hill Country Sun


 “  rings with authenticity in both the locale and characters.               

  ----Robert Godwin, West Austin News


this book is a must read for anyone that lives south of Dallas.”

                                   --- James C. H. Evins, South Texas businessman


 “Snodgrass creates a strong relationship between the reader and her characters.”

----Travis Whitehead, The Monitor,  McAllen

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