Tag Archives: United States/Civil War Period (1850-1877)

The Unvanquished

by Patrick K. O'Donnell

From the bestselling author of The Indispensables, the unknown and dramatic story of irregular guerrilla warfare that altered the course of the Civil War…

The Lincoln Miracle

by Ed Achorn

The vivid, behind-the-scenes story of perhaps the most consequential political moment in American history—Abraham Lincoln’s history-changing nomination to lead the Republican Party in the 1860 presidential election

Every Drop of Blood

by Ed Achorn

A brilliantly conceived and vividly drawn story—Washington, D.C. on the eve of Abraham Lincoln’s historic second inaugural address as the lens through which to…

Shrouds of Glory

by Winston Groom

“Groom peoples his history with vivid characters. Shrouds of Glory effectively evokes the overwhelming momentousness of war.” –Christopher Lehmann–Haupt, The New York Times

The Cosgrove Report

by G. J. A. O'Toole

“Dazzling . . . A superior example of this genre.” —Nicholas Meyer, author of The Seven-Per-Cent Solution

The Collected Plays of Bernard Pomerance

by Bernard Pomerance

“Bernard Pomerance’s writing is beautifully realized in all respects.” –Douglas Watt, New York Daily News

Bullwhip Days

by James Mellon

“A rich source of cultural information . . . Eloquent and important. It stands as a group portrait of people not long dead, all…