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  • Jim Stempel is the author of seven books whose genres include satire, psychology, spirituality, and historical nonfiction. Read more >>>

Windmill Point


    Reviews for Windmill Point

    “The grit, tragedy and bold strategy of the American Civil War play out in Jim Stempel’s Windmill Point. Am I glad I read it? You bet. The writing is vivid and meticulous..Highly recommended.” Editor’s Choice Review, The Historical Novel Society.

    “Jim Stempel’s Windmill Point is a masterful exhibition of all the elements of war crafted into a story that is truly spell-binding.” James Holden-Rhodes, Midwest Book Review.

    “If a work of fiction can make something that actually happened seem a little more real, then the author had done well.” Mark Barnes, War History online.