. . . thrilling, action-packed . . .
A fascinating page-turner . . .
Think you know Benedict Arnold? Think again . . .
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For more than two centuries, Benedict Arnold’s name has been synonymous with traitor. Yet Arnold was much more than a turncoat. Jack Kelly’s GOD SAVE BENEDICT ARNOLD transports the reader into the violent chaos of the Revolution and illuminates one of the most paradoxical characters in American history.
Praise for GOD SAVE BENEDICT ARNOLD:
Benedict Arnold has unfairly been a one-dimensional figure in history: traitor. Finally, this book gives us a full and fascinating portrait of a true hero of the American Revolution, until he was visited by villainy. A riveting read.
-Tom Clavin (Follow Me to Hell: McNelly's Texas Rangers and the Rise of Frontier Justice)
A fascinating look at one of the American Revolution's best known and least understood figures. Jack Kelly deliver's a thrilling, action-packed narrative that presents a balanced, challenging view of a complicated man.
- David Liss (The Whiskey Rebels)
Insightful, well-crafted, and engaging . . . a provocative look at what made Arnold tick.
-John Ferling (Winning Independence: The Decisive Years of the Revolutionary War)
Wonderfully written, Jack Kelly's fresh and lively new study of one of America's greatest combat commanders is an important contribution to our understanding of this complicated and influential leader.
-Kevin Weddle (The Compleat Victory: Saratoga and the American Revolution)
Jack Kelly has given us not a revisionist look at the notorious traitor of the Revolution, but a deep dive into the man, his motivations, and his extraordinary military campaigns. Think you know Benedict Arnold? Think again, once you've read this well-written, smartly researched, deeply insightful work.
-Kevin Baker (Paradise Alley)
A fascinating page-turner that delves into the gray area between the hero and the villain. A gripping journey that convincingly grapples with the notion of history as paradox. Anyone interested in the Revolutionary War will be riveted, and readers new to the subject will become quick converts.
–Matthew Pearl (The Taking of Jemima Boone: Colonial Settlers, Tribal Nations, and the Kidnap That Shaped America)
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Ordered and looking forward to reading.
Thank you Jack.