Elizabeth Crook

Elizabeth Crook was born in Houston, Texas. She graduated from Rice University in 1982. She has written four novels: The Raven's Bride, which was the 2006 Texas Reads One Book selection; Promised LandsThe Night Journal, winner of the 2007 Spur Award for Best Western Long Novel and the 2007 Willa Literary Award for Historical Fiction; and Monday, Monday, which was awarded the 2015 Jesse H. Jones award for fiction. Elizabeth has written for periodicals such as Texas Monthly and the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. She is a member of Women Writing the West, Western Writers of America, and the Philosophical Society of Texas, and was selected the honored writer for 2006 Texas Writers' Month.

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The Night Journal Cover
Author: Elizabeth Crook | Narrator: Kimberly Farr
Release Date: February 07, 2006
A brilliantly imagined, lavish, and transporting novel of a young woman's search for the truth about her family's mythic past. . .Meg Mabry has spent her life with her back turned to her legendary family legacy. In the 1890s her great-grandmother Han...
The Night Journal Cover