- Website: www.walterstahr.com
Walter Stahr, after a twenty-five year career as a lawyer, has turned to writing biographies of American leaders. He is the author of John Jay: Founding Father and Seward: Lincoln’s Indispensable Man. He is now working on his third book, a biography of Edwin McMasters Stanton. Mr. Stahr and his family divide their time between southern New Hampshire (his wife teaches at the Phillips Exeter Academy) and southern California.
10 entries by Walter Stahr
An intelligent account of a little-known political battle in the years leading up to the Civil War
A. Scott Berg
The author's biography praises the 28th president, but does it question and clarify Wilson's legacy?
An ambitious look at three critical decades in US history.
A complex and nuanced portrait of the former prime minister.
Some new revelations add spice to this full-bodied account of one of the greatest Americans of his time.