Praise for Benedict Arnold's Army
"This book reads like the History Channel with all the suspense, physical challenges, technical setbacks, intrigue among the officers, and detailed analysis of this dedicated author. This author's work is eminently readable from the armchair historian to the university scholar."
- Grietje R. McBride UE, B. Sc.,
The Loyalist Gazette
"Seldom have I seen such impressive research. This may well be the definitive book on Arnold’s march."
- Thomas Fleming,
author of Washington’s Secret War: The Hidden History of Valley Forge
"With exhaustive research and commendable field work, Arthur Lefkowitz skillfully guides us on the Arnold Expedition’s nightmarish march through the Maine wilderness to Quebec. Highly recommended."
- John Buchanan,
author of The Road to Guilford Courthouse
"Well written, Benedict Arnold’s Army gives us a very detailed account of the planning, organization, and conduct of the expedition, culminating in a very lively and vivid account of the American attempt to storm Quebec . . . An excellent read for anyone interested in military history."
- New York Military Affairs Symposium
"Readers of popular history could not find a better account of the Arnold expedition and especially the maneuvering leading up to the attack on Quebec and the attack itself."
- Henry Berry,
". . . highly recommended to American History shelves and anyone who would want to learn more about this enigmatic figure of American history."
- Midwest Book Review