Praise for Six Days in September
This page-turner of a novel about the Confederate perspective on the battles of South Mountain and Antietam provides the most vivid description I have read of the desperate plight of Southern forces after these bloody reverses.
- James M. McPherson, author of Abraham Lincoln and the Pulitzer prize-winning Battle Cry of Freedom
Rossino has crafted a highly readable work that will please anyone interested in this painful chapter in our nation's history.
- Howard Bahr, award-winning author of The Black Flower and The Judas Field: A Novel of the Civil War
Six Days in September provides the best that historical fiction has to offer; capturing the drama, fear, and nail-biting tension experienced by those who participated in the momentous Confederate invasion of Maryland and the terrible Battle of Antietam.
- D. Scott Hartwig, author of To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September 1862
Six Days in September is an insightful look at the Maryland Campaign that examines the fateful decisions of Confederate commanders and recounts the travails of the enlisted men in Lee's army. It's a great read!
- Thomas G. Clemens, ed., The Maryland Campaign of September 1862, Vols. 1-3