What Readers Are Saying:
"Ed Erdelac is a gifted storyteller. In the mold of Elmer Kelton, his Buff Tea tells a universal story, a journey of personal discovery through the moral ambiguities that confront us all. It breathes life into a West we know, weaving historical places and events into a tale that is as enjoyable as it will be memorable."—Ty Cashion, author of A Texas Frontier: The Clearfork Country & Fort Griffin, 1849–1887
"Erdelac's story is told using pieces of actual history. This exciting first novel perfectly captures the legendary essence of Ft. Griffin and its buffalo hunters."--Betsy Black Parsons, Director of the Fort Griffin Fandangle, Albany, Texas.
"Edward M. Erdelac is one of the best of the new Western writers. His perfect balance of period research, authentic characters, and mythic storytelling practically guarantees a terrific read every time."--Craig Clarke, co-editor, Living After Midnight: Hard and Heavy Stories