I’m excited to share the review I wrote for Criminal Element of Tom Clavin’s new biography, Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunfighter.
Like Levin’s George Washington: The Crossing, which I read earlier this month, Revolutionary Summer is another new Revolutionary War era book that caught my eye at the library. We received both the hardcover book and the audiobook. I went with… Read More ›
Listening to the stories of dozens of ambitious and creative Americans in Paris from 1830 to the early 1900s was like listening to your grandpa tell stories of generations past. It was entertaining, enlightening, and rather inspirational to learn about… Read More ›
Washington crossing the Delaware…with artistic license. I’ve been blogging about Ron Chernow’s Washington: A Life section by section. Chernow breaks Washington’s life into five major parts: The Frontiersman The Planter (or, The Planted on my ebook version) The General The… Read More ›