The list author says: "The last days of Meriwether Lewis comprise one of the great unsolved mysteries in American history. On October 11, 1809, Lewis was found shot to death in a remote inn on the Natchez Trace in Tennessee, a road through the wilderness so dangerous it was called "The Devil's Backbone." Was it suicide or murder?"
"New sourcebook presents the latest historical findings in Lewis's death, including the complete transcription of the 1996 Tennessee inquest into his death, with the testimony of many modern-day expert witnesses. A must have for those researching the subject."
"I'm the co-author of this historical novel about the last weeks in the life of Meriwether Lewis. History and fiction merge seamlessly in this thrilling historical novel based on one of America's greatest unsolved mysteries. A classic story of honor, vengeance, and redemption."
"Highly readable, well-edited anthology that presents "The Case for Suicide," by James Holmberg of the Filson Historical Society in Louisville, and "Why Not Murder?" by John D.W. Guice, professor of history emeritus at the University of Southern Mississippi."