This readers's interest as piqued concerning William Washington after reading John Ferling's Almost A Miracle. So when the Westholme sent WWTFT this new book, it quickly made it to the top of the stack.
The Tea Party – Three Principles is an interesting and well-written book. It is not a paean to the Tea Party intended to fortify members of the faithful. Rather it is an intellectual examination of the principles behind the movement.
Fans of the Patrick O’Brian Aubrey/Maturin books, C. Forrester’s Hornblower books, and of Bernard Cornwell’s Sharpe’s series, pretty much have to go seek out a biography of Thomas Cochrane at some point. Fortunately this book exists.