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The Court Martial of Paul Revere

by Michael Greenburg


ForeEdge Trade Books

Very often a book's title is the last thing to fall into place, and when that happens it is often an imperfect fit. Occasionally, though, a proposal arrives with a title that just nails it, and The Court-Martial of Paul Revere was one of those. This is high-concept history that is so intriguingly clear and compelling we didn’t really even need a subtitle, though we gave it one. This is definitely not the history we were taught in school, and Revere emerges as a much more complex character than I ever knew. No less a writer than Bernard Cornwell calls this “the best history of Paul Revere.”

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