Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Night of the Cossack
Tom Blubaugh has created an interesting fictional account of a young boy facing a series of tough life-or-death decisions when forced into the life of a Cossack soldier. Readers are sure to be entertained by this tale of Nathan Hertzfield’s life, his struggle to maintain the upstanding character and morality set forth by his mother, and his eventual escape to America. ----Michelle Buckman, Christy Award Finalist.
Read the first chapter here.
Tom Blubaugh has written non-fiction most of his adult life. The Night of the Cossack, published by Bound by Faith Publishers, is his first work of historical fiction. He co-authored The Great Adventure published by Barbour Publishing. He and his wife, Barbara, live in southwest Missouri. They have six children and fourteen grandchildren. Tom is on the board of Jericho Commission, Inc. and is their past president.