Interested in Civil War History? Meet Civil War Historian and Author Tim Kent at Books-A-Million
Huntsville, AL Feb.11, 2012
Celebrated Civil War speaker and historian, Tim Kent, will be at the Books-A-Million on North Memorial Parkway Huntsville, AL from 12 to 4 P.M. sharing his knowledge of local Civil War history and signing his latest book, Die Like Men.
Tim Kent is a Civil War Historian & first sergeant with the 26th Alabama infantry re-enactment group. His interest in the Civil War began when he was six and he has been studying it ever since. In addition to authoring his own books, he has assisted other authors in researching material for their books and was involved with the Wide Awake Films Civil War documentaries at Perryville. Tim is a much sought after speaker on Civil War History. Once you meet him you will understand why! His love for history is contagious!
Tim's latest book, Die Like Men, is about the Tennessee Battle of Franklin. This gripping story will take the reader through the invasion from Florence, Alabama to Nashville and provide insight into the colorful personalities of the leading participants. Die Like Men is a must read for any fan of the American Civil War.
If you are interested in Civil War history you won't want to miss meeting Tim Kent on Feb. 11, 2012 at the Huntsville Books-A-Million. Die Like Men can also be purchased on line through Amazon. ISBN-13: 9781934610626.
Die Like Men
In November, 1864 the Civil War is almost over. The Army of Tennessee under its gallant commander John Bell Hood has a chance to reverse the Confederacy's sinking fortunes. With veteran troops, he plans to strike into Tennessee where he will capture Nashville and invade the northern states. General Sherman has taken the best troops with him on his famous 'March to the Sea.' George Thomas, the Federal commander is forced to defend Tennessee with scattered forces and green troops. The Confederate's move into Tennessee almost forty-thousand strong. The Federal's are in a race to concentrate enough men to save Nashville. Die Like Men will take the reader through the invasion from Florence, Alabama to Nashville and provide insight into the colorful personalities of the leading participants. This is a must read for any fan of the American Civil War.
Author: Tim Kent