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University of Tennessee Press:

“An Evil Day in Georgia”: The Killing of Coleman Osborn and the Death Penalty in the Progressive Era South (May, 2015)

Osprey Publishing:

Jason and the Argonauts (March, 2013)

Robin Hood (January, 2014)

Master’s Thesis (University of Georgia, unpublished)

“Heavens How Their Shot and Shell did Rain”: Confederate Artillery at Second Manassas 28-30 August 1862

Darden School of Business Administration (Case Studies):

Filling a Hole: The Reinvestment Fund and Progress Plaza

Credit Where Credit is Due: The Latino Community Credit Union

Letting the Sun In: Redeveloping a Derelict Office Building in Chicago

The Dime That Started a Movement: The History and Development of Credit Unions

Journal of African American Studies (Book Review):

“Stagolee Shot Billy” (Vol. 7 Issue 3. Winter 2003)

Warlord Games

Caesar (Supplement to Hail Caesar rules, 2016)

The Devil’s Playground (Supplement to Pike & Shotte rules, 2015)

Germania (Supplement to Hail Caesar rules, 2014)

Blood on the Nile (Supplement to Black Powder rules, 2014)

Zulu! (Supplement to Black Powder rules, 2013)

Wargames Illustrated Magazine Contributor (2008-Present)

An Evil Day in Georgia book cover


Publisher: Univ Tennessee Press (1682)



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An Evil Day in Georgia is an impressive and thoroughly researched study

Paul T. Vogel

Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

The telling of this story … exposes the death penalty’s imperfections even as it calls into question the veracity of a woman’s confession, later recanted, that once brought her within a stones throw of the state’s electric chair.

John Bessler

Author, Cruel and Unusual: The American Death Penalty and the Founders’ Eighth Amendment