Lisa Lewis Tyre, author of Last in a Long Line of Rebels, on tour February 2016

| December 2, 2015

About Last in a Long Line of Rebels Age Range: 10 and up Grade Level: 5 and up Hardcover: 288 pages Debut novelist Lisa Lewis Tyre vibrantly brings a small town and its outspoken characters to life, as she explores race and other community issues from both the Civil War and the present day. Lou might be only […]

Michael Wallace, author of The Crescent Spy, on tour November 2015

| June 15, 2015

About The Crescent Spy Paperback Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (November 10, 2015) Writing under a man’s name, Josephine Breaux is the finest reporter at Washington’s Morning Clarion. Using her wit and charm, she never fails to get the scoop on the latest Union and Confederate activities. But when a rival paper reveals her true identity, accusations […]

Edward M. Erdelac, author of Andersonville, on tour August/September 2015

| May 8, 2015

About Andersonville Hydra | Aug 18, 2015 | 272 Pages Readers of Stephen King and Joe Hill will devour this bold, terrifying new novel from Edward M. Erdelac. A mysterious man posing as a Union soldier risks everything to enter the Civil War’s deadliest prison—only to find a horror beyond human reckoning. Georgia, 1864. Camp Sumter, aka […]

Erin Lindsay McCabe, author of I Shall Be Near to You, on tour September 2014

| June 19, 2014

About I Shall Be Near to You Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Broadway Books (September 2, 2014) In I SHALL BE NEAR TO YOU, McCabe introduces us to newlywed Rosetta Wakefield. More accustomed to working as her father’s farmhand and happiest doing what others might call “man’s work,” Rosetta struggles with how to be a good wife to […]

Jennifer Chiaverini, author of The Spymistress, on tour April/May 2014

| March 27, 2014

About The Spymistress Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: Plume (March 25, 2014) Chiaverini, author of the bestseller MRS. LINCOLN’S DRESSMAKER offers another enthralling historical novel set in the Civil War era, inspired by an overlooked hero, the remarkable Elizabeth Van Lew.  Born to slave-holding aristocracy in Richmond, VA, when her native state seceded in April 1861, her convictions […]