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Here’s a recent review from a staff member at the Leavenworth (KS) Public Library:
As far as the historical parts of the novel are concerned, they are well researched and its depiction of Civil War era Leavenworth is spot on.
The story is split between two viewpoint characters, D.R. Anthony and his wife Annie. There does not seem to be an existing novel written about Mr. Anthony, and the fact that this one also shows events from Annie’s perspective is quite interesting, especially considering that she is often pushed into her husband’s shadow. Seeing Annie fleshed out as a real human being with thoughts and emotions of her own was quite refreshing.