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Curled Up With A Good Book
"Vifquain’s memoir needed little editing, according to the editors, and indeed it flows very well."—Curled Up With A Good Book
"Vifquain’s memoir needed little editing, according to the editors, and indeed it flows very well."
"Recounting an uncelebrated but singular part of American history, The 1862 Plot to Kidnap Jefferson Davis deserves a place in the library of Civil War literature."
"Taking cues from fellow Frenchmen Alexandre Dumas and Victor Hugo, Vifquain tells his story with an air of daring-do that inspires a sense of awe in the reader. . . . Though the plot itself failed, the story is worth telling."
"An important addition to the already rich selection of Civil War literature."
"[A] lively account . . . .Worth reading for anyone with more than a passing interest in the Civil War."