Books by Laton McCartney

Released: Feb. 12, 2008

"A probing study of a scandal that spread even deeper than the standard histories claim—and one that has plenty of lessons for today."
If corruption is what you want, put someone with strong ties to the oil industry in the White House. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 1, 2003

"Although the thrill here is in the discovery of South Pass, the weight of the story is in its political and economic setting. McCartney handles both with aplomb. (Illustrations)"
Set amid a homey and observant history of early trading in the Pacific Northwest, McCartney (Friends in High Places, 1988) tells the story of the trek that opened the wagon route west. Read full book review >