Civil War Novels Author Michael J. Roueche

Near Devil’s Head Fire Lookout Tower in Colorado. The trail to the tower is a great family hike (even if you’re not interested in the Civil War), and you’re rewarded with spectacular views of the Front Range, Denver, the high plains and an unbroken horizon.

Michael J. Roueche writes Civil War novels meant to be fun reads with plots that fit in historically accurate settings. While they include battle scenes and sneak in a few war facts, they’re balanced with heavy doses of civilians, adventure, romance and enough trials to challenge even the most tenacious character.

He also blogs, writing about anything that catches his interest (except politics)—including the Civil War; the natural beauty and animal life in Colorado; and all of Shakespeare.

He is recipient of the 2012 John Esten Cooke Fiction Award for Southern History for Beyond the Wood. A River Divides, the second book in the Beyond the Wood Trilogy, has been named a Chanticleer Book Reviews Best Book and winner of  First Place in Category, the 2014 Laramie Awards (western, Civil War, prairie, and pioneer fiction). The final book in the series is being prepared for publication.

We hope you enjoy the books and thanks for your support.

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