Mentioned in article- "Amon" by Jerry Flemmings ( published 1976.) Highly recommended to anyone who is curious as to how Fort Worth got to here as a city. "Hell's Half Acre" by Richard F. Selcer ( published 1991,) as well. And for harmless entertainment, "The Lake Worth Monster" by Sallie Anne Clarke. One more you might enjoy are 2 chapters in "The Super Americans" by John Bainbridge ( published 1961,) which draws a direct contrast between the upper crust of Little "d" and Fort Worth of the 1950's.
Sorry, I know this isn't a book club but, " I cannot live without books." - T. Jefferson.
Thanx to John and all for the perioticals posts as I (we ) enjoy them.
Note: noticed John S has a good post about "Hell's Half Acre" in 2015 ( "Fort Worth and Gunslingers")
2nd note: hipolyte has good taste in books^^^