Books by J. Revell Carr

Released: Oct. 1, 2008

"A well-calibrated account of the foreign and domestic events that prepared Americans, psychologically and emotionally, for the revolutionary break in 1776."
A history of the 100 years of "abuse, exploitation, mismanagement, and disrespect" suffered by the American colonies at the hands of Britain. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 13, 2004

"A sad tale, one that has not figured outside a few official reports until now—and quite well illuminated by Carr."
An elaboration of a footnote in WWII naval history: the sinking of a tramp steamer and its long denouement. Read full book review >