“Revolutionaries and Rebels: The Story of an American Family’s Fight for Freedom,” is much more than just a family history. “This is a history of the Southern people’s struggle for liberty, the story of every family.”
“This novel has it all: war, history, romance, hardship and hope, the Southern spirit overcoming adversity.” Learn More
“Cornbread Chronicles: Now readers can relive those humorous moments by a writer who learned early that the key to preserving one’s sanity in this troubled world hinges on being able to laugh at oneself – or setting down to eat a big chunk of cornbread.
“Duty: Once again, Barksdale takes readers inside the everyday lives of ordinary soldiers before they meet what could be the greatest challenges of their young lives. As in "When Duty Called," Barksdale wants his readers to know these young men intimately. He wants readers to worry with their families and feel the anguish of their looses and experience the full scope of their sacrifices to keep our land free. Learn More
“The Fuhrer Document: Hardy Jackson is a small town lawyer in Barksdale's first novel, "The Fuhrer Document, who fights with these questions and eventually fights for his own life when confronted by Neo-nazi operatives. Jackson's problems begin when he stumbles upon an intriguing document among the effects of his dead father, a World War II veteran who was part of the invasion force that liberated Europe. .
“When Duty Called: When duty called, men from Limestone County, Alabama responded. The Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor, that’s all they needed to know. Most of them farm boys and some of them sons of merchants, kissed pretty wives and sweethearts goodbye and boarded ships, turned green with the rolling seas and sailed for places with exotic-sounding names. Not a single one knew if he'd make the return trip....