Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Coming Soon (May '23 Edition)

Scheduled for MAY 20231:

Toward a More Perfect Union: The Civil War Letters of Frederic and Elizabeth Lockley ed. by Charles Rankin.
A Wilderness of Destruction: Confederate Guerillas in East and South Florida, 1861-1865 by Zack Waters.
The Civil War Soldier and the Press ed. by Quinn & Sachsman.
Through Blood and Fire: The Civil War Letters of Major Charles J. Mills, 1862-1865 - Revised and Expanded Edition ed. by Gregory Acken (based on 1982 version ed. by Coco).
The Men of the 16th Massachusetts: A Civil War Roster and History by Alden Ellis.
Heartsick and Astonished: Divorce in Civil War-Era West Virginia ed. by Allison Fredette.
The Civil War on the Water: Favorite Stories and Fresh Perspectives from the Historians at Emerging Civil War ed. by Hughes & Mackowski.
Decisions at Franklin: The Nineteen Critical Decisions That Defined the Battle by Andrew Bledsoe.
Lincoln Illuminated and Remembered by William Harris.
The Pennsylvania Wilds and the Civil War by Kathy Myers.
Hood's Defeat Near Fox's Gap: Prelude to Emancipation by Curtis Older.
"If We Are Striking for Pennsylvania": The Army of Northern Virginia and the Army of the Potomac March to Gettysburg - Volume 2: June 22–30, 1863 by Mingus & Wittenberg.
Northern Duty, Southern Heart: George Proctor Kane's Civil War by Leon Greene.
Without Concealment, Without Compromise: The Courageous Lives of Black Civil War Surgeons by Jill Newmark.
“The Bullets Flew Like Hail”: Cutler’s Brigade at Gettysburg, from McPherson’s Ridge to Culp’s Hill by James McLean.

1 - These monthly release lists are not meant to be exhaustive compilations of non-fiction releases. They do not include non-revised/expanded reprints of previously published books, special editions not distributed to reviewers, and digital-only titles. Works that only tangentially address the war years are also generally excluded. Inevitably, one or more titles on this list will get a rescheduled release (and they do not get repeated later), so revisiting the past few "Coming Soon" posts is the best way to pick up stragglers.