Doylestown: An Evening with Brian Kilmeade // SAM HOUSTON & THE ALAMO AVENGERS

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Brian Kilmeade, host of Fox & Friends and NY Times bestselling author, returns to Doylestown for a special event. He will be discussing his new book, Sam Houston & the Alamo Avengers, which "brings the readers to the scenes of one of the most pivotal moments in American history." After the discussion, he will be signing copies of his book. 

This is a ticketed event. Each ticket costs $33.00 and includes admission for one person and a hardcover copy of 

SAM HOUSTON & THE ALAMO AVENGERS


DATE: Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at 7:00 pm

LOCATION: Delaware Valley University at the Life Science Building. Parking is available at the venue.

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ABOUT SAM HOUSTON & THE ALAMO AVENGERS

New York Times bestselling author of George Washington's Secret SixThomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates, and Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans now explores the story of the Alamo.

In March 1836, the Mexican army led by General Santa Anna massacred about 200-250 Texans who had been trapped in a tiny adobe church in San Antonio for thirteen days. American legends Jim Bowie and Davey Crockett died there, along with other Americans who had moved to Texas looking for a fresh start. They were now fighting for their independence from the Mexican government that had invited them, only to turn against them. 

The devastating loss galvanized the surviving Texans. Under General Sam Houston, a maverick with a rocky past, the tiny army of settlers rallied. Just one month after the massacre, the underdog Texans soundly defeated the "Napoleon of the West" (as Santa Anna styled himself) at the Battle of San Jacinto. They secured the independence of the land their friends had died for. 

In his now trademark fashion, Brian Kilmeade explores hidden aspects of Sam Houston, the first president of Texas, and brings the reader to the scenes of one of the most pivotal moments in American history. Thanks to Kilmeade's storytelling, a new generation of readers will remember the Alamo.


kilmeade headshotABOUT BRIAN KILMEADE

BRIAN KILMEADE is the coauthor of George Washington's Secret Six, Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates, and Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans, all New York Times bestsellers. Kilmeade cohosts Fox News Channel's morning show Fox & Friends and hosts the daily national radio show The Brian Kilmeade Show. He lives on Long Island. This is his sixth book.


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