Mercer, Charles Enough Good Men
New York G.P. Putnam's Son's 1960 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket
Spine slightly slanted, minor edgewear/bumping. DJ edge somewhat sunned, chipping at ends of spine, 3" tear at back of spine.
Charles Mercer writes: "’The American Revolution is an eternally contemporary story of men and their women, a few dedicated to an extraordinary struggle for freedom, the majority pursuing their own selfish goals.’ They came from all directions, the men who answered the call of the first Continental Congress for troops. There were fishermen from Marblehead, farmers from New Jersey, shopkeepers from Philadelphia, men from Delaware, Maryland and the distant Pennsylvania frontier. And if they lacked training in the art of war, they more than made up for it with an abundance of enthusiasm to have at the Redcoats. Enough Good Men is a novel of our seedtime, from the vague stirrings of a desire for freedom to the great deadlock of the opposing armies that assured final American victory."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall