Lee at Chattanooga; A Novel of What Might Have Been
by Dennis McIntire ’75 (Cumberland House)
Historical fiction that explores the question of what might have happened if Confederate General Robert E. Lee had been sent to help Braxton Bragg in the Civil War’s 1863 Chattanooga campaign. Critics and readers have remarked that fans of Harry Turtledove should particularly enjoy this well-researched “alternative reality” book.
The author is a retired FBI agent and a military historian. He has won kudos for the fine integration of factual research into this “what-if” book.