The Glory Cloak Reviews
"With its vivid portrayals of a wartime hospital and of Andersonville, this is a briskly paced, engaging work of historical fiction." - Booklist.
"From the radical, transcendentalist village life of nineteenth-century Concord, Massachusetts, to the horrors of the Civil War hospitals in Washington, D.C., Patricia O'Brien has given us a portrait of our country at its time of greatest peril and greatest hope. Part romance, part mystery, part history, The Glory Cloak is most of all a story of remarkable women, their private struggles and public deeds that helped make possible the best of our own world." - Robert Morgan, author of Gap Creek.
"Louisa May Alcott and Clara Barton are splendid protagonists in this vivid and revealing story of our Civil War." - Gore Vidal.
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