The creators of "Leonardo's Horse," an ALA Notable Book, again combine their masterful talents to illuminate a tragic piece of history that still fascinates Americans today—the disappearance of 115 colonists in 1587, who seemingly vanished without a trace. Full color.
The Lost Colony of Roanoke is one of the most puzzling mysteries in America's history. In 1587, 115 colonists sailed to the new world, eager to build the brand new Cittie of Raleigh, only to disappear practically without a trace. Where did they go? What could have possibly happened?
Who better to collect and share the clues than Jean Fritz and Hudson Talbott?
The creators of "Leonardo's Horse," an American Library Association Notable Book, again combine their masterful talents to illuminate a tragic piece of history that still fascinates Americans today.
Dr. Thomas Preston
“ received his M.A. at the University of Essex and his Ph.D. from Ohio State University. A specialist in security policy, foreign affairs, and political psychology, Preston joined Washington State University in 1994. He teaches undergraduate courses on international relations, U.S. foreign policy, U.S. national security policy, and Russian politics. At the graduate level, he offers courses in international security and the psychology of leadership and decision making. He is the author of ”The President and His Inner Circle: Leadership Style and the Advisory Process in Foreign