"sharp-edged analysis is breathtaking in what it unearths. Foremost is Winters' startlingly insight"
"Winters' startlingly insight"
First I have ever seen a noun modified by an adverb.
"With careful archival and historical research, moreover,"
Von, dude, admit. You have NOT read this book, nor even seen it.
How about a bit of backing up this breathlessness with quotes?
"Many books of punditry and opinion purport to explain the origins of contemporary American politics, in God's Right Hand Winter's does the scholar's task of tracing real history. Highly recommended... "
How about replacing that comma with a semi-colon, if you must run on so breathlessly, dropping the vestigial possessive apostrophe from the writer's last name, and ADMIT THE FACT THERE IS NO "scholar's task of tracing real history" in this over extended puff piece.
Your following your final recommendation with tripled dots indicates you have doubt . . .
This is clearly a shill review from someone who has never seen the book at all, at all.
For your first and all review on Amazon, this is highly: