ADVANCE PRAISE FOR BROADSIDES "Pace the pitching black deck with a sleepless Admiral Nelson the night before battle bestows eternal rest and peerless immortality upon him; envision with Mahan the storm-tossed and ever-watchful ships-of-the-line ...
ine that kept England secure from invasion; wonder in awe at Collingwoods dedication in working himself to death after Trafalgar elevated him to primary responsibility for Englands imperial safety in the Mediterranean. All of this and more awaits the reader who will sail through these pages, every one of which is etched with the indelible expertise and boundless enthusiasm of Nathan Miller, master of naval history." --Kenneth J. Hagan Professor of History and Museum Director Emeritus, U.S. Naval Academy Professor of Strategy, U.S. Naval War College Critical acclaim for Sea of Glory: A Naval History of the American Revolution
"A readable yet closely honed analysis of the role of sea power in the American Revolution. . . . Millers reputation as a naval historian of the first order is secured." --Kirkus Reviews War at Sea: A Naval History of World War II
"With authoritative analysis . . . Miller majestically relates the history of the last great sea war." --Publishers Weekly
"Scholarly, well written, and thorough . . . . Comprehensive, stimulating, and highly recommended." --Library Journal.
Theodore Roosevelt: A Life "Millers life of Roosevelt sparkles and crackles." --The Atlantic
"An exceptional book." --The New York Times
"Lively and fast-paced . . . with a gifted eye for detail. It is this detail combined with Millers scholarly precision which affords us a weighty yet compact volume on the first President Roosevelt." --Washington Post Book World F.D.R.: An Intimate History
"Roosevelt is brought to life once again in a clear, concise, and well-documented story from beginning to end . . . it is a pleasure." --Washington Post Book World