The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the key events in the Civil War and the conduct of the various Generals on both sides has been controversial ever since. Two books by Cory M. Pfarr examine the role of confederate General James Longstreet. The first, "Longstreet at Gettysburg: A Critical Reassessment" came out in 2019 and the second "Righting the Longstreet Record at Gettysburg: Six Matters of Controversy and Confusion" came out in the early fall. Both have been very well received by Civil War scholars and buffs. So what's the point? They are both now available in audiobook form (narrated by me). I will be happy to give a code for a free download for either book to the first person from either the U.S. or U.K. who sends me a direct message. All I would ask in return is that you write an honest review of the book (content and performance) and post it on Audible. You will need an Audible membership, but it's free to sign up. It's just a small "thank you" to all of you for all the work you do and for allowing to be part of this community.