Lowestoft Chronicle Editor reviews A Forgotten Evil by Sheldon Russell for the Colorado Review

“In this epic story of love and friendship, war and savagery, courage and survival, award-winning historical fiction writer Sheldon Russell spirits the reader to a perilous post-Civil War period where bloody skirmishes rage between the U.S. Army and Native American peoples. Russell is the author of ten books, ranging from American frontier novels to postwar mysteries. In A Forgotten Evil, he delivers a powerful account of the struggles faced by those trapped in the cross fire of combat, and casts a welcome light on the atrocities perpetrated at the Battle of Washita River, a controversial, yet little-known battle.”

Nicholas Litchfield’s review of Russell’s moving frontier tale is published today in the Colorado Review. You can read the full book review at the web link: https://coloradoreview.colostate.edu/reviews/a-forgotten-evil/

Author: Editor

Founded in September 2009, Lowestoft Chronicle is a quarterly online literary magazine publishing travel-related fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction.