Another Great Day in the PR of Civil War Book “Rough Enough”

Wow! There I was, pulling up my Author site on Amazon and there for the first time, they have let someone post a Review!  James R. Holland gets the kudos for fast action and superb verbiage in writing a review that really takes your breath away.

Here is a man who initially thinks he’s going to jump to the last part of the book and read about Deadwood, South Dakota in 1876, during a time when his own ancestor was setting himself up to be shot dead and enter the realm of fable. Instead, he happens to read one of Richard Clow’s (rhymes with flow) first letters home from the Civil War and takes the hook! By the time he gets to the mining at the end and the period of Wild Bill’s demise, he has filled in a lot of details about enlisted men during the Civil War, where those men came from, and where they ended up after the war if they migrated to the frontier.

http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B001K8HIXI

Follow the link – Read the book – You’ll love it! (Also soon (March 1, 2013) to be available at Barnes and Noble and on all e-formats!)

 



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  1. The first review is always exciting. I can’t wait to read the book!

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