Alfred Leland Crabb (1884-1979) was a leading author of historical novels during the middle of the twentieth century. He was born near Bowling Green, Kentucky, and was a professor and dean at Western Kentucky University there and later at Peabody College in Nashville. This book is part of his second trilogy, one that depicts the Civil War.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1949. Hardback in dust jacket.