Against the Moon: TCU PRESS Texas Tradition Series
Date: April 2011
Duration: 7 hours 13 minutes
Jane Gilmore Rushing has been a celebrated Texas author for more than fifty years and she is a recipient of such accolades as the Texas Literary Award for fiction. In this novel, Rushing captures intimate family life on the West Texas plains. Granny Albright's time has come and relatives have gathered to say goodbye to the matriarch. Linda Kay has recently married into the family, and tries to do her part to help. But when Cousin Herman arrives, feelings of resentment and heartaches from the past come to the surface. Cynthia Darlow's enchanting narration perfectly captures the feel of small town family life in the vast reaches of West Texas.