If I Should Leave You by Harlan Hague
A NEW BREED OF HISTORICAL FICTION NOVELS.
Set amidst the first widespread opposition to war in the history of the United States.
John Henry joins the United States Army in 1846 – all he wanted to do was wave the flag and fight his country's enemies. But when the United States Army of the West enters Santa Fé at the opening of the war with Mexico, his world is turned upside down.
“The engaging human drama and the captivating historical context have a timeless, universal appeal.” – John D. Nesbitt
This is a story about patriotism and treason, love and loss, a scripted disregard for life and a soaring belief in the essential goodness of man.
If I Should Leave You includes: Santa Fe Mi Casa and If I Should Die.