Larry Murley
Author, Person, Student of Human Nature and History


Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Memorial Day with Crystal Mountain
This week on Hear Ye Hear Ye, the King is joined by Larry Murley, author, artisan, and American veteran. With the help of his wife, Larry has been able to open Crystal Mountain, a Texas Renaissance Festival booth that sells oils and incense, as well as share his stories from the Vietnam war with the world through his several books.Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Texas Renaissance Festival podcast on Episode 31.

Voices of Vietnam
Larry talks about his experience with the Dega People of the Vietnam central highlands on With Good Reason Radio on Episode Two, Part Four.

Historical Talk
Larry will be speaking to the Montgomery County Genealogical and Historical Society on Thursday May 10, 2018 at the Strake Gray Conference Center, Heritage Museum in Conroe, Texas. He will be speaking about PTSD and history.

Book Signings
Larry had a very successful book signing at the Corning Public Library in Corning, Arkansas on September 9, 2017 and at the Ripley Historical Museum in Ripley, Mississippi on September 16, 2017.

Civil War Talk
Larry spoke about the Army of Tennessee at the Heritage Festival on Saturday, June 18, 2017.

Novelist from Corning
Josh McIntosh reviews Larry in his home town of Corning, Arkansas in the Clay County Courier.

Confederate Hero Cotillion
Larry talks about his Civil War ancestors at the Albert Sidney Johnston Camp #67 at the Confederate Hero Day Cotillion.



Tel:  936-446-0313


Dear Jimmy, It's another hot day here in Veit Nam....

Dear Jimmy, It's another hot day here in Veit Nam...

   Jimmie's father went to Viet Nam when he was 6 years old. He wrote little Jimmie about twice a week for most of a year, talking about his life, his feelings, the place and it's people. Then, just before he was to come home, he was killed. His body never recovered. His letters helped shape Jimmie's character as he grew into a young man. A chance encounter one afternoon leads Jimmie to a discovery about his father, and the closure he had sought for years.

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