--Michael Frost Beckner, Writer/ Executive Producer (To Appomattox, Spy Game, and CBS' The Agency)
"It's a fine script. The dialogue is extremely colorful, yet believable, and never over the top. People in the Biz say it is a rule for screenplays that the action descriptions must be strictly colorless and clear enough for an imbecile. Yours are nearly literary, which makes it an enjoyable read. I really enjoyed the script. You're a terrific writer, Phil. Wonderful characters and brilliant dialogue."
--Brian Mallon, Actor (General Hancock in Gettysburg, Gods and Generals)
"Gotta read the book everyone. Excellent. Read it while en route to L.A. from location in N.C. Great script and story. My father, whose middle name was 'Lee' gave me the same advice when I was forced to deal with bullies on a regular basis. I was five years old and that advice has served me well over the years, and never proved false. Congratulations. I'm probably too old for Grumbles, but I love that role. Civil War followers are going to love this overdue accounting of Mosby, I sure do."
--Patrick Gorman, Actor (General Hood in Gettysburg, Gods and Generals)