The Whiskey and Book Club ep. 2 with Jim Cornelius from Frontier Partisans

It has been a cruel eight months of waiting, but our long national nightmare is finally over—episode two of the Whiskey and Book Club is up at YouTube.  Joining me for the second episode of the Whiskey and Book Club is the indefatigable Jim Cornelius from Frontier Partisans.  In addition to his long running Frontier Partisans blog, Jim has recently launched a Frontier Partisans podcast.  His first, four-part series focuses on Kit Carson.

 

Featuring High West Double Rye; Trapline Outlaw by David Ricardo Williams; Shadow Country by Peter Matthiewsen; The Land Breakers by John Ehle; White People, Indians, and Highlanders by Colin G. Calloway; Saints at the River by Ron Rash; Boone: An Unfinished Portrait by Daniel Firth Griffith; and Finding Daniel Boone by Ted Franklin Belue.

(With mentions of The Mind of the South by W.J. Cash; Empire of the Summer Moon by S.C. Gwynne; Bearskin by James McLaughlin; Albion’s Seed by David Hackett Fischer; Born Fighting by Jim Webb; Quartered Safe Out Here by George MacDonald Fraser; Serena by Ron Rash; The Bayou Trilogy, The Outlaw Album, and Woe to Live On by Daniel Woodrell; The Hunters of Kentucky by Ted Franklin Belue; Spying on the South, A Voyage Long and Strange, and Confederates in the Attic by Tony Horwitz; Josey Wales: Two Westerns by Forest Carter; The Road by John Ehle; Even As We Breathe by Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle; When These Mountains Burn and The Lines That Held Us by David Joy; The Gods of Howl Mountain, The River of Kings, and The Pride of Eden by Taylor Brown; and A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin.)

You can find every book discussed in this episode in this Amazon folder.  You can find the Frontier Partisans podcast at PodBean.  A trailer and three episodes are up as of today.

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