Manuscripts, early rendition of Last King of Texas, undated
Scope and Contents
“Gunman’s Cantina” was an early working title for The Last King of Texas published in 2000. This series includes correspondence from 1998-2000, author’s notes, research emails, a plot map flowchart, and chapter outlines. Correspondence includes a fax from Gina Maccoby with notes from the editor of manuscript. Other correspondence are research interviews conducted via email: Russell Johnson explaining ballistics information and descriptions of guns; Eddie Klauer explaining Bexar County Jail operating guidelines, explosive ordinance and ballistics information, and general heroin use and drug operations; Jay Brandon with police department operational information, and Gloria Huntington on starting a “tech” business. There is also a complete, clean, typed manuscript of The Last King of Texas.
- From the Collection: Riordan, Rick (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
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From the Collection: 3 Linear Feet
From the Collection: 6 boxes
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English