Monthly Archives: May 2021

By Water Beneath the Walls, by Ben Milligan

Why this book:  The author asked that I review this book before it was published. I declined, he politely persisted, I politely agreed to just take a look at it.  After I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. … Continue reading

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Nine Years Among the Indians 1870-1879, by Herman Lehmann

Why this book: Herman Lehmann’s story is briefly told in Empire of the Summer Moon and I was intrigued and wanted to know more.  I was pleased to find that he had told his own story, in this book, first … Continue reading

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