Books by David A. Clary

Released: Jan. 11, 2011

"A sharp, warts-and-all portrait of the soldier as a young man."
A popular historian unblinkingly assesses the military exploits of the young George Washington. Read full book review >
Released: July 28, 2009

"A lively history of the war that humiliated Mexico and accounts for an enduring grudge against its northern neighbor."
The former chief historian for the U.S. Forest Service examines one of the most ignominious chapters in American history: the Mexican-American War. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 6, 2007

"Reads well enough, but Clary's account adds little to what is already known about either Washington or Lafayette."
The founding father may never have had children of his own, but he was a father figure to a young man who served him and the country well. Read full book review >