STORY-LINE DEVIL OUT OF TEXAS By ROGER RAFFEE:
Author Roger Raffee‘s Devil Out Of Texas, taken from his family history, is an epic story of law, prejudice, and revolution. With parts of the story true and part from Raffee’s vivid imagination, it’s mostly fiction. The parts detailing his Grandfather Abe’s telling of the story and his famous friends are true. For entertainment purposes, Raffee enlarged upon the story told to him in 1973.
Aaron Raffee, Jewish and son of a talented doctor, at a young age decided he would become a Texas Ranger. Exposed to the Rangers by his Texas Ranger Doctor Father, Aaron’s determined to become the first Jewish Texas Ranger. At 18 Aaron becomes a Texas Ranger; so begins a life of law keeping, facing prejudice as a Jew, prejudice for the Mexicans, and finally at all cost seeking justice for all. Intertwined into the story of Aaron, Rafee‘s grandfather will reveal his part in the Hollywood movie industry.
CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, AND DEVELOPMENT:
Primarily a historical fiction novel, the reader also finds romance, deep emotion, and a vivid recounting of Aaron’s adventures. Raffee skillfully wove his story-lines together as he takes us from 1973 to the 1800’s and back again. Transitioning between time