US Civil War

Dovetails in Tall Grass

By Samantha Specks - Published 2021


The personal stories of two young women representing clashing cultures, white settlers and Native Americans, are told in two viewpoints. We meet Emma ...Read Review

An American Marriage: The Untold Story of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd

By Michael Burlingame - Published 2021



Michael Burlingame, author of the two-volume biography Abraham Lincoln: A Life, turns his attention to Lincoln’s wife, Mary Todd Lincoln.  Burlingame is ...Read Review

So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix (Remixed Classics, 2)

By Bethany C. Morrow - Published 2021


Children/Young Adult

Late in the American Civil War, Meg, Joanna, Bethlehem, and Amethyst March, four young women on the cusp of adulthood, face an uncertain ...Read Review

When the Missouri Ran Red: A Novel of the Civil War

By Jim R. Woolard - Published 2021


In 1864, the entire American nation seems to be bleeding. Arguably, however, the state of Missouri seems to be suffering even more than the ...Read Review

And the River Ran Red: A Novel of the Massacre at Bear River

By Rod Miller - Published 2021



Miller shines light on a sordid chapter of westward expansion in this fictionalized account of the U.S. Army’s 1863 massacre of as ...Read Review

Molly’s Song

By Lee Hutch - Published 2021


In December 1862, 18-year-old Molly O’Sullivan leaves County Galway, Ireland for New York City to find better opportunities. On the voyage over, dysentery ...Read Review

The Seeds of Change (Leah’s Garden)

By Kiersti Giron - By Lauraine Snelling - Published 2021


Inspirational Romance

After storming out of church due to Deacon Wiesel’s infuriating sermon, and a few lucky hands of poker with that cheat Slade ...Read Review

Cartledge Creek

By Sam McGee - Published 2021



Set during the years of the American Civil War (1861-1865), this tale chronicles the journey of the Dockery family as they negotiate these ...Read Review

Burning Boy: The Life and Work of Stephen Crane

By Paul Auster - Published 2021



Born in 1871, the ninth surviving child to devout Methodist parents, he was said to read fluently by age four and drank his first ...Read Review

Hold at All Hazards: Bigelow’s Battery at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863

By David H. Jones - Published 2021



This narrative highlights a specific seminal battlefield action that contributed to the final outcome of a much larger conflagration: that being the three-day ...Read Review

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