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Eagle's CryAuthor and popular historian David Nevin to speak Nov. 14

Bestselling author and popular historian David Nevin will be at the University Bookstore Nov. 14 at 8 p.m.

His newest novel, Eagle's Cry, is sure to strike a chord in Central Virginia's readers. It is the story of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison as they struggle to hold the country together after George Washington's death. It is the story of the dashing Aaron Burr, whose grip on the American public produces nearly disastrous results. And it is the story of the struggle for the Louisiana Purchase -- described as the greatest real estate deal in history -- nearly doubling the size of the United States.

As part of his distinguished journalistic career, Nevin has written for Life magazine, covering such events as JFK's assassination and the Cuban Missile Crisis. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Dream West and the critically acclaimed 1812.


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