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The Blood of the Conquerors

by Harvey Fergusson

I like this book and wish there were other books by this author. The author writes in a more modern and reflective style.
The weakness and fallacies of man vs. the strength of the land!

Reviewed on 2017.03.04

The Hidden Children

by Robert W. Chambers

Mr Chambers use and accuracy of New York Revolutionary War history and Iroquois culture is amazing. He weaves a romantic adventure filled with the above. The protagonist tells a first person tale of Sullivan's 1779 Expedition against the Iroquois who remained loyal to the British. This was a total war March before Sherman.

Reviewed on 2017.01.07

Quill's Window

by George Barr McCutcheon

An unorthodox plot told from the antagonist point of view. The author releases incremental information and allows the reader to believe the antagonist is the protagonist. I agree with the description of a first rate experience from a first rate author. A mixture of mystery, humor, romance and tragedy. I could say more.

Reviewed on 2016.12.25

Two on a Tower

by Thomas Hardy

Not one of Hardy's best but still a good read. The plot has too many coincidental turns to be believable; however the two central characters are complex enough to carry the story. If you are a fan of astronomy then a plus.

Reviewed on 2016.11.04

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