Texas Jack

| May 13, 2018


Jack Leonard’s father, Billy, is an alcoholic.

Billy isn’t a bad guy. Friends would say he’s the life of the party; his family might refer to him as harmless. After all, he isn’t a mean drunk … he’s a happy drunk.

Unfortunately, these things tend to run in the family, and Jack is on a path to join his dad in the bottle.

Then Jack meets a girl, and what once seemed inevitable, loses its luster. Samantha fills many of the little holes in Jack’s life.

Fast-forward twenty years and his life is almost perfect. Or so it seemed. The Leonard family is going to be tested … and only time will tell if they can survive.

Texas Jack is a compelling story about family relationships, redemption, and finding harmony with loved ones. It’s about people at their best and worst, and that gray area in the middle.

Also by Bart Hopkins:

The Bends



World Wide Gone

Dead Ends

“Reading Texas Jack is a beautiful experience.” – San Francisco Book Review


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