Throne of Grace: A Mountain Man, an Epic Adventure, and the Bloody Conquest of the American West

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St. Martin's Press
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6.2 X 9.3 X 1.5 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author
BOB DRURY and TOM CLAVIN are the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of The Last Hill, as well as Blood and Treasure; The Heart of Everything That Is; Lucky 666; Halsey's Typhoon; Last Men Out; Valley Forge; and The Last Stand of Fox Company, which won the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation's General Wallace M. Greene, Jr. Award. They live in Manasquan, New Jersey, and Sag Harbor, New York, respectivel

Praise for Throne of Grace and Bob Drury and Tom Clavin:

"Jedediah Smith might be one of the most important, and one of the most overlooked, 19th century explorers in our nation's history. Authors Clavin and Drury ... are correcting that oversight." --Los Angeles Times on Throne of Grace

"A lively account of the remarkable life of one of the men who led the U.S. into the vast West." --Kirkus (starred review) on Throne of Grace

"Drury and Clavin bring adventure and danger to life in this excellent narrative history of a largely forgotten chapter in the American story." --Booklist on Throne of Grace

"With its muscular prose and expert storytelling, The Last Hill deserves to stand beside Stephen Ambrose's Band of Brothers as one of the truly epic--and intimate--accounts of American heroism and sacrifice in World War II. " --Wall Street Journal

"In this exhaustive history ... Drury and Clavin pack the narrative with biographical details about the Rangers and skillfully toggle between battle scenes and big-picture analysis. WWII buffs will savor this deep dive." --Publishers Weekly on The Last Hill

"Bob Drury and Tom Clavin, challenge conventional wisdom about an American origin story and, in the process, weave a tale fit for the big screen." --Washington Free Beacon on Blood and Treasure

"Bob Drury and Tom Clavin together have given us a half-dozen elegantly written narratives of exhilarating episodes in American history. [Blood and Treasure] may be the authors' finest work to date. Redolent of time and place, a raw and rugged tale." --Wall Street Journal