Award-winning Stephen Puleo is the author of The Caning,
A City So Grand, The Boston Italians, Due to Enemy Action, and Dark Tide.


    • February 12
    • Dark Tide
    • Millis Public Library
      Roche Brothers Community Room
      961 Main Street
      Millis MA
      7:00 p.m.
      In conjunction with "Millis Reads Dark Tide"
    • February 27
    • Dark Tide
    • Millis (MA) Middle/High School
      (Students and faculty only)
      In conjunction with "Millis Reads Dark Tide"
    • March 12
    • Dark Tide
    • Whitman Hanson Regional High School
      600 Franklin Street
      Whitman MA
      6:00 p.m.
      (Part of Whitman community-wide read program)
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Critical Acclaim

"Due To Enemy Action's character-driven narrative leaves readers with searing images of a routine day that changed lives forever."— Boston Globe
About the book

“[A] gripping, richly detailed, and well-written account of nineteenth-century America on the cusp of Civil War.” — ForeWord Reviews
About The Caning

<i>The Caning</i>

The Caning

The Caning depicts a turning point in American history: the beating of U.S. Senator Charles Sumner and the beginning of the war over slavery.

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