Elizabeth Cobbs holds the Melbern Glasscock Chair in American History at Texas A&M University and is a research fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution.
Elizabeth Cobbs recommends
Girls on the Line (2018)
Aimie K Runyan
"Runyan brings America’s first women soldiers back to life in a heartfelt tale of love, loss, heroism, and war."
An Unofficial Marriage (2021)
"In prose as tender as Turgenev's feelings for the legendary diva, Davidow weaves a nineteenth century tale of helpless obsession and undaunted love."
Hot Time (2022)
W H Flint
"A fascinating slice of history, served piping hot. Flint is an amazing storyteller. Readers will want to dash after him down every dark alleyway."
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