Books by John Ensor Harr

DARK EAGLE by John Ensor Harr
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"But Harr's ambitious debut is an informed, dramatic, and well-woven contribution to a genre that seems to be, and shouldn't be, out of fashion these days."
A wide-ranging historical romance—the first novel by a historian hitherto known for his two books about the Rockefeller family—hearkens back to the American Revolution and the complex figure of Benedict Arnold, renowned among military peers as "the very genius of war" while subsequently reviled as the very apotheosis of treachery and deceit. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 1992

"A reckoning not without interest, then, but one that celebrates and commemorates without illuminating its subject. (Twenty-four pages of illustrations—not seen.)"
In The Rockefeller Century (1988), Harr and Johnson paid lengthy if uncritical tribute to the philanthropies of three successive John D. Rockefellers. Read full book review >