Someone is finally taking another stab at a Braxton Bragg biography. He's always struck me as an officer truly equal parts sinner and sinned against, and some modern historians are coming around to giving credit to the general as an able strategist. General Braxton Bragg, C.S.A. is scheduled for a winter release by McFarland. I am unfamiliar with the author, Samuel J. Martin, and his prior work, biographies of generals Judson Kilpatrick, Matthew C. Butler and Richard S. Ewell, so I don't know what to expect. I do seem to recall a rather negative review of the Ewell biography in one of the Civil War magazines, the writer finding Pfanz's tome much the better of the two.
Speaking of BB bios, has anyone read Don Seitz's Braxton Bragg: General of the Confederacy (1924)?