The Man Who Could Be King by John Ripin Miller follows a young aide-de-camp of George Washington during the threat of internal revolt within the Continental faction in Newburgh, News […]
I need to preface this review by saying that about 80% into The Turning of Anne Merrick I found out this book was a sequel! First, this speaks to […]
The General’s Cook by Ramin Ganeshram tells the true story the George Washington’s head cook, Hercules, in Philadelphia during the first presidency. Hercules is a complex and formidable figure, […]
My Dear Hamilton follows the true and extraordinary life of Elizabeth (“Eliza”) Schuyler Hamilton–wife of the famous (or infamous) Alexander Hamilton. We all know Hamilton has gained popularity in recent […]
See my review at the Journal of the American Revolution!
Our Own Country by Jodi Daynard is the second book in the Midwife series, taking place concurrently with The Midwife’s Revolt. As I’d hoped, this installment does indeed fill in the […]
When I wrote the first two parts of my Am Rev series, one of my main motivators was simply writing a story I wanted to read. I’ve found that fiction […]