Richard M. Ketchum, called "the finest historian of the American Revolution" by Douglas Brinkley, is the author of The Decisive Day, Winter Soldiers, and Saratoga.
A New York Times Notable Book, 1997
Winner of the Fraunces Tavern Museum Award, 1997
Richard M. Ketchum recounts the early developments of the American Revolution in Decisive Day: The Battle for Bunker Hill.
The Winter Soldiers is the story of a small band of men held together by George Washington in the face of disaster and hopelessness, desperately needing at least one victory to salvage both cause and country. Richard M. Ketchum tells the tale of unimaginable hardship and suffering that culminated in the battles of Trenton and Princeton. Without these triumphs, the American Revolution that had begun so bravely could not have gone on.