The early release of Chris Hartley's anticipated book Stoneman's Raid, 1865 got me thinking of some of my favorite "cavalry raid" books on my shelves.
Here's a sampling:
1. Sherman's Horsemen: Union Cavalry Operations in the Atlanta Campaign by David Evans.
2. The Lightning Mule Brigade: Abel Streight's 1863 Raid into Alabama by Robert Willett.
3. Morgan Is Coming!: Confederate Raiders in the Heartland of Kentucky by Betty Gorin. [review]
4. The Raiders of 1862 by James Brewer. [info]
5. Carters Raid: An Episode of the Civil War in East Tennessee by William G. Piston.
6. They Died by Twos and Tens: The Confederate Cavalry in the Kentucky Campaign of 1862 by Kenneth Hafendorfer.
7. Action Before Westport 1864, Revised Edition by Howard Monnett. [info]
8. Up from Arkansas: Marmaduke's First Missouri Raid, Including the Battles of Springfield and Hartville by Frederick Goman. [info]
9. Plenty of Blame to Go Around: Jeb Stuart's Controversial Ride to Gettysburg by Eric Wittenberg & JD Petruzzi.
10. Thunder from a Clear Sky: Stovepipe Johnson's Confederate Raid on Newburgh, Indiana by Ray Mulesky. [review]
11. General William Averell's Salem Raid: Breaking the Knoxville Supply Line by Darrell Collins. [review]
12. Yankee Blitzkrieg: Wilson's Raid through Alabama and Georgia by James Pickett Jones.