"The Curse of Cain is Civil War fiction's The Day of the Jackal!"
-- William Forstchen, New York Times bestselling co-author of Gettysburg
"Espionage, conspiracy, skullduggery in high places - my kind of book! The Curse of Cain is a high-stakes, cat and mouse game with an ending that will blow you away!"--G. Gordon Liddy, nationally syndicated radio show host and best-selling author of Will, Out Of Control, The Monkey Handlers and When I Was A Kid This Was A Free Country
"A pivotal moment in American history comes alive with "you are there" authenticity. The Curse of Cain so seamlessly weaves fiction and fact, it's hard to tell where one ends and the other begins." --Zell Miller, U.S. Senator and former Governor of Georgia and best-selling author of A National Party No More and Corps Values: Everything You Need To Know, I Learned In The Marines
"The Curse of Cain is the rare historical novel that reads like an airport thriller. Its rich research never gets in the way of the essential story: murder, sex, and intrigue during the dying days of the Civil War. The plot plummets at the speed of a Minie ball, with deadly and entertaining effect." --Tony Horwitz, Pulitizer Prize winner and bestselling author of Confederates in the Attic