—Daniel Jacobowitz, Washington, D.C. speech writer
“Andrew Lytle would be proud.”
—John Stewart, former student of Andrew Lytle
PRAISE FOR THE TRAIN:
“Tony explores one Southern boy’s journey to the brink of manhood, bringing early memories to life with vivid descriptions, vibrant diction, and rhythmic syntax—a compelling read that shows you can’t go wrong with a classics education.”
—Ruth Overman Fischer, PhD, George Mason University, Ret.
PRAISE FOR “FAIRIES IN THE GARDEN”:
“‘Fairies in the Garden’ is an elegantly written piece which is timeless in its appeal to those who believe in a natural magic or, perhaps, just want to believe in that magic. The author captures the time and place so expertly that you’ll want your own garden where butterflies and dragonflies just might be fairies, if you look at them with the proper squint.”
—Sam Williamson, Vice Chancellor, The University of the South, Ret.
PRAISE FOR SPIES, ASSASSINS, AND SUCH:
“A perceptive and penetrating look at a much-misunderstood part of the human circus.”
—REDACTED REDACTED, Former Deputy Chief, CIA Counterintelligence
“A wicked good read!!!”
—REDACTED REDACTED, Former Senior CIA Officer